Comfort Series Casement & Awning Windows

Comfort Series

For comfort and style, our triple-glazed casement window is hard to beat. It can be installed as a single or double unit or in combination with other windows. Equal sight lines create a balanced look. Awning windows add a distinctive element to any home. They work well where space is limited. As an architectural accent, stacked awnings create a contemporary look while horizontal combinations accent Prairie, Ranch and split-lever styles.

Colors

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Features

  • Vinyl extrusions are formulated to withstand the harshest climates year after year and their multi-chambered design optimizes both strength and thermal efficiency.
  • Available in white or beige.
  • Triple weather-stripping on operating sashes provides ultimate protection against air and water infiltration to maximize energy efficiency.
  • Continuous head and sill designs with exterior glazing are standard.
  • Sleek Truth Encore® hardware conveniently folds away and will not interfere with most window coverings. Available in eleven designer colours.
  • Concealed multi-point locking system on casement windows ensures consistent seal from top to bottom with a convenient single lock lever, as well as added protection against forced entry. Colour-matched to hardware chosen.
  • Special egress hardware available for casement windows.
  • Triple glazing available with a variety of glass options to maximize energy efficiency.
  • Exterior glazed.
  • To increase the curb appeal of your home, choose from multiple grille types in an array of colours and patterns.
  • Make your windows more prominent with optional exterior brickmould.

Stylish folding crank handles are standard on all casement and awning windows. Available in 11 designer colours.

Concealed multi-point locking system on all casements ensures consistent seal to keep out the elements and provides added security against forced entry.

Multi-lite windows feature a continuous head and sill design that provides a clean appearance and eliminates the need for mulls.

 

Glass

For information on glass technology, please see our glass technology page here.

 

Grilles

Grille Styles

 ¾” Contour Grille

1” Contour Grille

5/16” Flat Grille

5/8” Flat Grille

13/16” Flat Grille

1” Flat Grille

Grille Colours

 

White

 

Beige

 

Black

 

Brown

 

Redwood

 

Grey

 

Hunter Green

¾” Contour Grille

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1” Contour Grille

 

 

5/16” Flat Grille

 

 

 

5/8” Flat Grille

13/16” Flat Grille

 

 

 

 

 

1” Flat Grille

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Available in two-tone grille option with one coloured side (as indicated) and one white. Colour always face to the exterior

Standard Grille Patterns

Standard

Ladder

Double Ladder

Heritage

Hardware

Truth Encore™ Casement & Awning Window Hardware

White

Beige

Champagne

Faux Bronze

Chestnut Bronze

Matte Black

Brushed Nickel ($)

Brushed Chrome ($)

 

Western Pewter ($)

Antique Brass ($$)

Oil Rubbed Bronze ($$)

 

 

Multi-Point Lock

Vinyl Window Multi-Point Lock

 

Literature

Technical Data

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Care & Maintenance

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Brochures

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Windows & Patio Doors Full Brochure
Ply Gem Canada Window Brochure Western Canada
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Grille Designs

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Warranty

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Performance

R-Value (centre of glass)

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient

The amount of heat retained by a window; the higher the number, the better the glass

The amount of solar radiation entering a house and registering as heat gain; the lower the number, the less heat gained

 

Ultraviolet Transmission

Visible Light Transmission

The total ultraviolet rays entering through a window, generally responsible for fading; the lower the number, the better the glass

How much visible light enters through the glass; 100% = all the light gets through, 0% = no light gets through

TG 1

  • Triple-glazed
  • Single Low E coating
  • Two argon filled air spaces

TG 2

  • Triple-glazed
  • Double Low E coating
  • Two argon filled air spaces

 

Comfort Series Casement Window Performance

 

R-Value

U Factor

SHGC

VT

Canadian ENERGY STAR® Zone 2015

Clear Glass TG 1

3.33

0.30

0.45

0.48

1, 2

Eco Gain 180 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.38

0.46

1, 2, 3

Eco Shield 270 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.22

0.41

1, 2

Eco Max Shield 366 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.17

0.38

1, 2

Eco Gain 180 TG 2

5.26

0.19

0.36

0.44

1, 2, 3

Eco Shield 270 TG 2

5.56

0.18

0.20

0.35

1, 2, 3

Eco Max Shield 366 TG 2

5.56

0.18

0.16

0.30

1, 2, 3

 

Comfort Series Awning Window Performance

 

R-Value

U Factor

SHGC

VT

Canadian ENERGY STAR® Zone 2015

Clear Glass TG 1

3.33

0.30

0.45

0.48

1, 2

Eco Gain 180 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.38

0.46

1, 2, 3

Eco Shield 270 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.22

0.41

1, 2

Eco Max Shield 366 TG 1

4.55

0.22

0.17

0.38

1, 2

Eco Gain 180 TG 2

5.26

0.19

0.36

0.44

1, 2, 3

Eco Shield 270 TG 2

5.56

0.18

0.20

0.35

1, 2, 3

Eco Max Shield 366 TG 2

5.56

0.18

0.16

0.30

1, 2, 3

 

R-Value: Restrictive ambient air flow

U Factor: Rate of heat loss

SHGC: Solar Heat Gain Coefficient

VT: Visible Transmittance

 

All units rated in accordance with NFRC 100/200 standards. Performance values reflect the performance of units tested with the following configuration: 3mm glass, no grilles.