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As each and every window that we install is made to measure, you can choose from our extensive selection of window furniture for the finishing touch to your replacement windows. Whether you’re looking for sleek chrome handlebars, antique styles or something in between, we’ll help you choose the best options to suit your home.Make an enquiry
Our range of window handles includes several styles, with the most chosen being the espag handle. It tends to be a slim strip that is located on the side of the windowpane, allowing you to easily open and close the window. Dependent on your individual requirements, they can either be fitted as left-hand or right-hand openings. Whilst they may have the simplest mechanism, they offer excellent security and are rust and corrosion resistant, keeping your home protected for many years.
If you are looking for a window handle style that is a little more distinctive, you could opt for ball-end handles, pear drop handles, pendant handles, paddle levers or monkey tail handles. Although these best complement heritage window styles, they can also add a traditional aesthetic to our popular casement windows.Browse our window styles
The window handle colour selection is dependent on the window material you are pairing them with. Each colour palette is chosen to complement the material’s texture and finish.
If you are getting uPVC windows installed, the handles can be designed in white, satin, chrome, gold and black. Our aluminium windows can be either colour-coordinated or metallic. The standard colour-coordinated range includes anthracite grey, slate grey, black grey, jet black, dark metallic silver and white. The metallic choices are chrome, satin, silver and gold. With timber windows, the handles can be finished in brass, polished chrome, stainless steel or oil rubbed bronze.
The primary function of trickle vents is to provide your home with ventilation, allowing airflow to circulate the room, whilst stopping polluted air from outside to enter. Trickle vents aren’t required for new window installations, but they are legally required if they already exist on the windows you are looking to replace.
Trickle vents are found on the top horizontal frame of the window and can be finished in the same colour as the frame for a seamless finish.
A window restrictor is used to limit how far the window can be opened, making them ideal for households with young children. It is discretely placed on the inside of the window, so it won’t spoil the overall appearance. There’s a variety of styles to choose from, including cabin hooks, concealed restrictor arms, cable restrictors and sash jammers. Dependent on the specific window you’re opting for, we can let you know the best option for your home.
Peg window stays originate from heritage timber windows. It is a metal bar that is fitted into the window frame and includes either one or two pins on the bar, so you can choose how far the opening is. Peg window stays can also be included in our uPVC timber effect windows to add to their traditional style, whilst providing a useful safety purpose.
Sash windows differ in their functionality in comparison to other window styles, so our uPVC and wooden sash windows have their very own range of furniture pieces. It includes:
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