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Window Latches

 
Casement window fasteners in all designs including old makes like Shaw, Titon and John Carr. Key Locking is common and can be used with the compatible stay as well. From modern contemporary to Shepherds Crook Pewter designs we have probably got them all! This is the one-stop-shop for window handles for timber windows!

 

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Fasteners and Catches With Key locks To Meet Home Insurance Standards.

 

Casement window latches suitable for timber/wood windows only. The range of window fasteners you see on this webpage will fit most of the older types of wooden windows as well as new ones. We have styles that suit contemporary or traditional like the monkey tail period antique fittings. We can also help you with the common fastener makes like John Carr, Titon and Arthur Shaw casement fittings. Even if you have chamfered frames or angled we have lots of casement fasteners, latches and catches and most of them are key locking. Some of the fasteners are designed with a built in night vent catch for trickle ventilation. If you are in the wrong place and need other fittings use these links:
 
  Window Latches with a Night-Vent Position                Window Latches for draught sealed windows 
 










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Useful information.

 
This webpage is dedicated to casement window handles whether for contemporary modern windows or older georgian or edwardian period designs. We try to cover as many designs as possible not only in terms of styling but functionality too. All of our casement fasteners come with the fittings needed to fit the latch into a working position with the catch on your window. If you have are refurbishing old windows that are not in listed buildings then why not improve your security with a push button key locking latch? These will replace most of the older types of handles and come with two catches to fit onto either an angled frame or a flat casement window frame.
 
A lot of timber windows have angled frames but most of the handles we provide all come with the options for flat and angled frame fittings. The latches will generally overcome the slim draughtseals between the windows but where large seals are used you will need different size handles and our technical team can help you with these challenges. The key at the top of the page denotes those handles that can be used with a weatherseal and those with a night-vent facility.
 
Many people get confused with the term latch and catch and very simply this is  the 'nosed' handle and the receiver respectively. The beauty of changing your window furniture on a timber window is that timber can be refurbished, filled and painted or varnished and so gives you more chance of changing the styling and look of the window.
 
There are many different styles of handles and many different considerations to take into account when replacing your window fasteners.
  • the depth of the frame that the latch sits on - is there sufficient land to fix adequately?
  • are chamfered receivers required to contour the frame?
  • are you replacing a mortice lock?
  • does the window have a weatherseal around the opening to stop draughts?
  • do you require a night vent?
  • locking versus non-locking for fire-escape?
  • are the frames flush?
  • locking stays required?
  • conservation fittings needed?
These are just a few of the considerations!
 
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