Push out casement v turn tilt
I've always assumed that when I've seen posts about casement that they were the crank open/close, but recently I've found out that there are non crank, push open casements.
This would be for a new build in the Pacific Northwest, looking for windows which are easy to open....cranking normal casement windows would drive me crazy. Any thoughts, concerns and information on either window type and any manufacturers to look into or to avoid would also be greatly appreciated.
Turn tilts pro:
*can make them for very large openings
*opens 90 degrees or just tilt them open
*easy to clean inside out
*a lot of different manufacturers use high quality German parts
*inswing takes up interior space
Pushout casements pros:
*outswing doesn't effect inside furniture placement
*doesn't fully open
I'm not sure how prices compare, but I'm guessing pushouts are cheaper, though I'm looking at triple pane, so the cost either way will be up there.
Would love any opinions on the best windows (and brands) for my region, even if it's the dreaded crank casement.