About Our Window Ironmongery

We have a range of window ironmongery to suit either traditional sash style windows or more modern casement types. At Champion Timber, we pride ourselves on offering an extensive range of ironmongery and accompanying accessories all from stock. All the appliance furniture, hinges, railings etc that you will ever need all available next day from Champion Timber. From casement stays to sash balances, our handy choice of window hardware covers everything you need for a window refurbishment or new installation. Stock up on sash cord or find trickle vents in exactly the right size. Our stays and fasteners come in a range of attractive finishes and styles to suit every property, and you’ll find contemporary and period hardware to suit timber, metal, or uPVC windows.

What is the difference between a Sash Window and a Casement Window

The type of windows installed at your property will have a massive impact on its overall appearance. Sash windows are often seen in traditional properties and perfectly complement the heritage style. Casement windows are usually associated with more modern homes and are popular with new build properties. This doesn’t mean that you can’t install sash windows on a modern home and vice versa. The ultimate decision will depend greatly on personal preference.

Sash Windows

The sash is the moveable part of a window made up of the vertical and horizontal frame that holds the glass. On a double-hung window, the check rail is the part where the bottom part of the upper sash and the upper part of the lower sash come in contact. Also known as the middle of the window.

Casement windows

A casement is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside. Casement windows are often held open using a casement stay.