Pella® Architect Series® – Traditional Wood Casement Window
Pella Architect Series – Traditional casement windows are hinged at the side, swing outward and are easily opened and closed with the turn of a fold-away crank. Crafted from our most customizable material, traditional Architect Series casement windows are available in a variety of warm finishes. Hardware in rich patinas help complete the look. Casement windows are well suited for hard-to-reach-areas like over the kitchen sink, easily opened and closed with the turn of a fold-away crank.
Architect Series Window Features
- Best limited lifetime warranty47
- Natural beauty and warmth
- Low-maintenance exterior aluminum cladding
- Exclusive wood protection
- Most customizable material
- Optional integrated security sensors
- Custom exterior colors available
- Fold-away window hardware
- Virtually unlimited design choices
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Inside Architect Series
Designed for durability and featuring exclusive wood protection, Architect Series casement windows provide long-lasting beauty and performance. Pella’s EnduraGuard® wood protection is applied after the pieces have been cut and milled, but prior to final assembly, providing advanced protection against the elements.
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Wood Casement Window Installation and Product Specs
Find all the installation information and product specifications you need for wood casement windows to save time on your next project.
Choosing Your Window
Create window combinations to add architectural interest to your home. Other combinations are also available. See your Pella sales representative for the complete offering.
Architect Series products offers three exquisite wood types to enhance your home's design. Learn more about materials.
And, we stand behind them with a limited lifetime warranty. See written Limited Warranty for details, including exceptions and limitations.
Pella wood products can arrive factory-prefinished in your choice of eleven beautiful stain colors or five paint colors. Primed, ready-to-paint interiors are also available.2 Your windows and patio doors arrive with Pella's low-maintenance EnduraClad or EnduraClad Plus exterior finish in the color of your choice. The finish resists fading and help protect the exterior for years.
Styling Your Window
Pella's fold-away crank is available in today's most popular finishes.
Grilles give the appearance of individual window panes. Pella offers many grille patterns to help enhance your home's architectural style.
For the classic look of individual windowpanes, choose grilles-between-the-glass and Integral Light Technology Grilles. Learn more about grilles
Integrated Security Sensors
Stay connected to your windows.
Preserve beauty, add comfort and enhance home security with innovative Pella Insynctive® technology.
Built-in beauty. Optional integrated sensors with time-tested wireless technology are built in and tucked away, out of sight, to preserve the beauty of Pella windows.
Protect what maters most. Monitor windows while at home or away with the Pella Insynctive App.40
Maintain warranty. Sensors are installed during manufacturing and require no additional drilling. Learn more about Insynctive.
Window screens play an important role in your home's light, ventilation, and view. Pella's high-transparency screens are made of a finer screen fabric than conventional screens, so they allow more air and natural light to flow into your home – and your view is crisp and clear. And unlike ordinary screens they're practically invisible from the street, so they improve your home's curb appeal. Learn more about screens.
- Pella Vivid View® screens truly bring the outdoors in with 29% more light and are 21% more open for improved airflow compared to conventional fiberglass screens.5
- Pella InView™ screens let in 14% more light and are 8% more open for improved airflow compared to conventional fiberglass screens.5
- Rolscreen® retractable screens roll up and down like a shade on casement windows. They disappear when you don't need them, allowing more light into your room.