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To add the finishing touches to your replacement windows, choose from our extensive collection of window furniture pieces. With window styles ranging from contemporary tilt and turns to beautifully traditional sliding sash windows, we’re sure to have the perfect choice to add the perfect decorative touches to your new windows, including modern chrome handlebars and heritage monkey tail handles.Get a price
Our window handles come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and styles. The most popular window handle style with UK homeowners is the espag handle which has a slim strip that is found on the side of the windowpane and makes opening and closing the window very straightforward. They’re incredibly versatile, so can be fitted to open from either the left or right side. Although they have a simple functionality, they offer industry-leading levels of home security, as well as being rust and corrosion resistant, ensuring that your property is protected from unwanted intruders.
For homeowners looking for a window handle that is more decorative, we offer other styles including pear drop handles, pendant handles, and monkey tail handles. These traditional styles best suit our collection of heritage windows, but can easily add a classic touch to our modern casement windows too.Get a price
The choice of window handle colours available to you depends on the window frame material as each colour selection is chosen individually to complement the specific material's texture and finish.
Window handles for our uPVC windows can be finished in white, satin, chrome, gold and black. Aluminium window handle options include colour-coordinated options or metallic. The colour-coordinated range includes anthracite grey, slate grey, black grey, jet black, dark metallic silver and white, whilst the metallic choices are chrome, satin, silver and gold. For our timber windows, you can choose from brass, polished chrome, stainless steel or oil rubbed bronze.Get a price
The primary role of trickle vents is to ventilate your rooms as they allow a consistent and clean airflow to circulate around the rooms whilst eliminating any polluted air from the outside to get into your home. Trickle vents won't need to be installed for new windows, however, they are legally required if the existing windows you are looking to replace already have them fitted.
You can find trickle vents on the top horizontal window frame, and we can finish them in the exact same colour as the window frame for a seamless appearance.Get a price
A window restrictor is fitted to a window to limit the size of the opening, which makes them ideal for homeowners who have young children as you won't need to be concerned about the window opening too wide. You won't need to worry about them spoiling the design of the window as they are placed on the inside of the window so they can't be seen. There are several styles to choose from, such as cabin hooks, concealed restrictor arms, cable restrictors and sash jammers. We can advise on the best choice for your specific windows and home.
Stemming from original wooden windows, peg window stays are a traditional window feature that are still commonly found on heritage window styles. They include either one or two pins on the bar so you can decide on the window opening size. Peg window stays can be fitted on our uPVC timber effect windows and wooden window styles to add to the traditional design.Get a price
As sash windows have a unique sliding opening functionality, we fit our uPVC and wooden sash windows with their own range of bespoke window furniture elements which includes: