Bedrooms and living rooms are generally designed as casement or inner casement windows. Casement series windows have the characteristics of airtightness, watertightness and good sound insulation. At the same time, they are easy to open, safe and easy to clean, and also meet the needs of large ventilation in bedrooms and living rooms. functional requirements for use.
Bathroom windows generally have small openings and are slender. They are usually designed as window-turning series, and the windows are mainly turned inwards to meet the requirements of small ventilation and ventilation, and do not occupy space when opened.
The design of the dining room and kitchen windows should be based on the actual size of the window opening, room layout, facade decoration requirements and other related aspects.
The windows in public places such as stairwells and aisles are generally designed as sliding windows, which do not occupy indoor space when opened, avoid scratches, facilitate maintenance, and have low cost and good economy.
Elementary schools, kindergartens and other buildings should use external casement windows or sliding windows to prevent children from being injured by bumps.
Special position windows must fully consider what functional requirements they have, and try to meet them. For example, the guard room must have a small duty window, generally a sliding window, and the dining room canteen must have special functional requirements such as a food intake.
The window design should also be combined with the project price, fully considered for the owner, so as to be economical and practical, such as the main bedroom or living room windows, which mainly use functional windows, can be designed as inward-opening and inverted-inward windows, and windows in other secondary positions. It can be designed as a single casement window.