The Sash pivots on a hinge, which can be mounted at
the top or in the middle of the window. A single
glass sheet is enclosed in a timber frame and can be
varied with colonial bars, a transom or even made to
appear like a double hung window. Winders are available with or without a key lock
Casement windows are side opening. A choice of
friction stays or truth winder mechanism for hinging
is available. If butt hinging is desired, see
your installer to arrange this method.
Double Hung - when both the top and the bottom
sash can be opened. They slide vertically (up & down)
an opening. Each sash is counterbalanced by weights to assist
opening and closing. Spiral Balances are used. Locks and Lifts are supplied and are available in
gold, silver, white or brown.
Louvre Blades are arranged in a timber framed gallery that opens and closes
to enable effective airflow throughout a room. Their edges are ground and polished
and provide an alternative to other forms of windows.
Plain windows are a pane of glass fixed to a timber
frame, plain windows are otherwise known as picture
windows and vary in size, picture windows can be as
small as 300mm by 300mm up to 2400mm by 4000mm.