Casement windows suits most living areas of the home. They’re very easy to operate and can be customized with different design options. This style offers both clean lines and unobstructed views and uses a multi-point locking system to increase its energy efficiency and security. This easy operating style opens with a crank handle at the base, eliminating the need for lifting and pulling. Their easy operation makes them a great choice for hard-to-reach places, like above countertops and behind furniture. Their ability to open to nearly a full 90° angle allows for great ventilation, which is especially beneficial in the summertime to let a nice breeze into your home, or to bring fresh air into your home during spring cleaning. This style is often combined with other casement and fixed styles to create bay, bow, or large feature windows.
Super Spacer is a non-metallic, silicone rubber material used in both double and triple glazed units
Preserve the integrity of your sealed unit and resist glass fractures.
Premium cedar shims keep windows level, square, and plumb.
They will operate the same as they did the day they were installed!
All corners of are fusion welded to transform the weakest point into the strongest.
Increase the strength of your windows and eliminate drafts, leaks, and corrosion.
Low-E glass comes standard with Centennial windows.
Dramatically reduce your heating and cooling bills and help preserve interior finishes.
Hot melt butyl is a flexible material used to seal glass units.
Create an impermeable seal for your sealed glass units.
Available in 26 standard exterior colours.
Find a match for any exterior colour!
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This easy-to-clean, classic style allows for open ventilation with almost weightless operation.
This lightweight window can be opened from either end and is most popular in bedrooms, bathrooms, and finished basements.
Attractive and contemporary, this easy to use window is perfect above the kitchen sink.
This window offers lots of natural light, an unobstructed view, and is the most energy efficient type of window.
Bay windows are popular for their aesthetic appeal. They provide a panoramic view and open up your living area.
This window style provides a great view as well as flexible ventilation options.
Bow windows bring a lot of natural light into your home and their curvature makes for an interesting and open living area.
We want to thank Centennial for the work they did on our home. We ordered four basement windows and two door systems from Centennial and we can’t believe how much this transformed our home. The basement is so much brighter, and I know the family room will be warm and energy efficient this winter. We chose a woodgrain fibreglass door for the front of our home and it looks fantastic! It looks like real wood. Our back door is a steel door with a storm door and it works great coming in and out of the house all the time. We were extremely pleased with the installers. Their skills and cleanliness were very professional. Centennial would be recommended by us to anyone!Mr. & Mrs. Walker Kitchener, ON
This style hines open along the side. You’ll be able to identify the hinge side by locating the locking mechanism; the window will hinge on the side opposite to the lock. The casement hinge is a heavy duty, metal support arm that attaches to the bottom of the casement sash, as well as the crank system.
Yes. They come with a removable screen. Depending on the size, each screen will be held in place by 4 – 6 retaining clips. Our heavy duty screens help to keep insects out of your home while you have your window open and offer an unobstructed view.
When deciding between different styles, be sure to take into consideration the aesthetic of your home. With that in mind, there are several advantages of choosing casement windows. With the exception of fixed windows, they offer the highest energy efficiency ratings and are the most airtight. Additionally, in many cases they’re easier to operate because they use a crank handle and don’t require any lifting or pulling.