Our Hopper windows are great as basement windows as these windows opens inwards. Hopper casement windows, or our Tilt and Turn European style window is ideal for windows opening inwards.
Read much more at the bottom of this page.
BASEMENT WINDOWS - open inwards
Additional features of our Hopper Window System
- the hopper windows are similar to a traditional flush casement; but the opposite way around, meaning the flush sections are on the inside instead of the outside.
- of course we also have a specially designed cill for maximum weather proofing and maximum water drainage.
- extra slim sides and top with a deep bottom rail with an external timber weather drip
- high security multi-point window locks with Night ventilation locking for safety (except on Floating Mullions).
- available with either friction stay hinges (optional egress opening to approx 85 degrees for fire regulations or just a better view.
- or for safety we can offer restricted opening hinges.
- externally glazed as standard but we can do internal glazing if preferred for this system
- u-value = 1.4 W/m2K (Measured on Redwood items)
- 92mm frame, opens in.
Open inwards - Hopper Windows Gallery
The history of Hopper Windows
What are hopper windows?
Why Hopper Windows are Perfect as Basement windows
Are you looking for a window solution for your basement? Hopper windows are the perfect option! Not only do they offer a unique style, but they are also designed to handle the additional moisture and humidity that is often present in basements. Hopper windows open inwards and are similar to a flush casement, but they feature a special drainage system to prevent leakage. With Hopper windows, you can enjoy natural light in your basement without having to worry about water damage.
The benefits and downsides of hopper windows
As always, we are here to help and advise our customers to make sure every project is a success – so please do Contact us for help.