Parrett offers a variety of casement window screen systems, varying from historically accurate screens all the way to contemporary operable screens. The options illustrated here are our most popular screen systems.
Typical mesh choices include:
Contemporary Fixed Screen
Fixed screens are available in both wood and aluminum screen channels. Typically the screen channel finish is chosen to match the finish of the casement unit unit. This screen channel is painted white for reference here. Large casement windows may be specified with a screen channel bracer bar.
Manual Rolldown Screen
Shown in a Pushout Casement with Single Point Latches and Pushbar, a rolldown screen provides a view through a closed window that is not affected by the appearance of screen mesh.
View of rolldown screen while window is in closed position.
View of rolldown screen during operation.
Hinged Inswing Screen
Shown in a Pushout Casement with Single Point Latches and Pushbar, a hinged inswing screen provides true historical authenticity.
View of unit from interior while window is in closed position.
View of unit from interior while window is in open position. After opening unit, screen would be locked in place.
View of typical screen latch land lock seen below.
Mesh choices of standard fiberglass, low visibility, aluminum, and brass/bronze.