Original features are not just about the looks – sash lifts are very comfortable to use to open windows.
Sash Window Handles (Pulldowns)
Smooth solid ‘D’ handles to easily lower sash windows – available in chrome and brass.
Strong and hard wearing, these dependable hinges just get on with their job.
Simplicity and functionality that suits modern and traditional windows alike. All colour coordinated to whichever of the six available colour options.
The window handles have been rigorously tested for both the reliability of the mechanisms and the durability of the coating. Solid and lockable, these smooth action window handles are available in brass, chrome, satin chrome, bronze, satin bronze & white finishes.
For additional character of a traditional kind, the Monkeytail window handle is also available.
Stained glass & leaded lights
Stained glass based on authentic Victorian designs for a personal touch that is in keeping with original features. This is a great way to add a decorative feature to an entrance door that still allows natural light in whilst retaining privacy and adding to the character of the property.
Leaded Lights are also available.
Obscure glass patterns
For front doors, French doors or bathroom windows that need a little privacy, obscure glass offers just that whilst retaining the natural light in the room.
The pattern is more than just visual, it determines the level of privacy, the heavier patterns distort more than the lighter ones.
Meeting rails and astragals – glazing bars
Add character and simple style to new windows and the glazed sections of new doors with meeting rails and glazing bars. These replicate original styles from different periods and add interest to a plain window.
If matching windows or doors whilst restoring a property, the glazing bars are available in different sizes – these are faithful to the originals found in all properties from Victorian to modern day.
When designing new windows or doors for a total replacement or new installation then the number of bars used is completely up to you – create Georgian squares with vertical and horizontal bars or just choose one of the other.
The glazing bars can be finished in the colour(s) of your choice, complementing and enhancing your property.