Selecting Your Window Hardware

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Find all the window hardware you need at WalterWorks Hardware.

When homeowners select window hardware, they often think of decorative hardware such as window treatments first. However, some window hardware refers to the windows themselves and the hardware it uses to function correctly. What is this hardware, and how do you select the best options for your home? It all depends on the style of window you prefer. Consider the specifics of the following window styles and the hardware they require, and then find what you need at WalterWorks Hardware

Double-Hung Windows

Double-hung windows are designed to have window sashes, moving panels of glass that can be opened and closed. When selecting window hardware for double-hung window styles, remember that they need specific mechanisms to function properly and stay secure. The hardware for this window style includes sash locks, the piece at the top of the window that secures the sash and keeps it closed, and the sash lift, a handle at the bottom that lets you open and close the sash. 

You may also choose to add sash stops to your double-hung windows, which can be used to keep the sash open if it doesn’t stay open on its own. For this purpose, you can select spring bolts, stash stays, tension springs, and bead adjusters. 

Casement Windows

Casement windows are hinged on one side and can be swung open, which requires unique hardware compared to double-hung windows. The hardware needed for these windows includes casement latches to let you open and lock the window. Casement hinges, the joints where the window swings, are another essential. If your window is antique or historic, consider hinges with decorative designs. 

Additional hardware you can pick for casement windows includes casement stays, smart adjusters that let you open and close your window precisely, and casement bolts that keep the windows’ tall sashes from bowing. You can also select between surface-side bolts and cremone bolts, which can eliminate the need for latches since it runs the entire length of the window.

Window Bars and Grilles 

No matter your window’s style, you can install bars or grilles for additional security from intruders and fall prevention for younger children. You can find a range of styles for window bars and grilles, so you can find a design that matches your window and home design. 

If you want to choose the best designs for your home hardware, down to the tiniest details on your windows, consult the professionals at WalterWorks Hardware. We can help you select the best window hardware that looks appealing and provides the necessary function. 

Choose Your Home Hardware From WalterWorks

No matter what type of home hardware and decorative touches you choose, WalterWorks Hardware has the expertise and supplies you need. Residents throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and the northern Virginia area love us for our fantastic hardware and unbeatable knowledge. For more information, please call us at (410) 263-9711 or contact us online. For more tips on choosing hardware for your home, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Houzz, and Pinterest.

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