Tilt-Turn French Casement

The flexible and stylish Tilt-Turn French Casement WA8400 adds an elegant touch to any space. With a simple to operate tilting design, the Tilt-Turn French Casement lets air circulate gently throughout the room, even during inclement weather. Popularized in Europe, the Tilt-Turn French Casement opens to the interior like a casement window when the handle is rotated 90 degrees, or tilts in slightly when the handle is rotated 180 degrees. The tilt position allows for ease of circulation while the swing position allows for convenient cleaning and maximum airflow. Multiple lock points provide added stability and security, and the durable hardware allows for oversized applications.

Readily available in a variety of wood species, the Tilt-Turn French Casement WA8400 can be fashioned to match interior design. For further customization, the Tilt-Turn French Casement can be specially modified with screens, glazing options and various hardware finishes.

Tilt-Turn Casement

The flexible and stylish Tilt-Turn Casement WA8400 adds an elegant, all-wood touch to any space. With a simple to operate tilting design, the Tilt-Turn Casement lets air circulate gently throughout the room, even during inclement weather. Popularized in Europe, the Tilt-Turn Casement opens to the interior like a casement window when the handle is rotated 90 degrees, or tilts in slightly when the handle is rotated 180 degrees. The tilt position allows for ease of circulation while the swing position allows for convenient cleaning and maximum airflow. Multiple lock points provide added stability and security, and the durable hardware allows for oversized applications.

Readily available in a variety of wood species, the Tilt-Turn Casement WA8400 can be fashioned to match interior design. For further customization, the Tilt-Turn Casement can be specially modified with screens, glazing options and various hardware finishes.

Z-Series Awning

An ideal choice for contemporary architects, designers and homeowners, the Zero Window is the only operable window on the market with zero interior wood sight lines. The Zero Window is an alternative to conventional windows, which reduce glass and visible light.

The clever pop-up handle design keeps it out of view until the window is opened to bring fresh air and ventilation into the home. The handle operates the concealed multipoint lock from the top down, rather than from the face of the bottom rail. This position allows the sash to sit behind the frame, rather than within it. The interior finished wall surface can then completely conceal the sash and frame assembly, giving the appearance of a direct-set or “picture window” from the exterior to maximize the visible opening.

The Zero Window is available in casement, awning and fixed configurations, with custom sizes and nearly any wood species. It can be made with all wood or wood with exterior aluminum cladding. The wood can be painted to match the interior surfaces, or stained for a subtle contrast of color and materials that is apparent only at an angle or when the window is opened.

Z-Series Casement

Pacific Architectural Millwork is proud to introduce the Zero Window, the only operable window on the market with zero interior wood sightlines. Available in either all wood or wood with exterior aluminum cladding, the Zero Window offers an exciting new option for contemporary architects, designers and homeowners.

Until now, the only choice for an operable window was a sash within a frame, which reduces glass and visible light. Wood windows typically obscure even more of the opening, because their stiles and rails (vertical and horizontal sash members) are generally wider than those found on metal windows.

On the Zero Window, the handle operates the concealed multipoint lock from the top down, rather than from the face of the bottom rail. This position allows the sash to sit behind the frame, rather than within it. The interior finished wall surface can then completely conceal the sash and frame assembly, giving the appearance of a direct-set or “picture window” from the interior and maximizing the visible opening. The clever pop-up handle design keeps it out of view until the window is opened to bring fresh air and ventilation into the home.

The Zero Window is available in casement, awning and fixed configurations, with custom sizes and nearly any wood species. The wood can be painted to match the interior surfaces, or stained for a subtle contrast of color and materials that is apparent only at an angle or when the window is opened.

M-Series Stacked Awning

The M-Series Stacked Awning W6400 (all-wood) presents a unique alternative to mulling frames vertically, while maintaining Reveal Windows & Doors’ commitment to superior quality with optimal performance. The durable stainless steel friction hinges allow multiple awning windows to be “stacked” on top of each other within a single frame, so that each sash in the M-Series Stacked Awning W6400 can be operated independently from the bottom with a smooth push-out motion. Our M-Series Stacked Awning W6400 is available with different glazing options and custom hardware for unique looks and maximum acoustical and insulating performance.