Spiral Sash Balance Finder

Not sure which Spiral Sash Balance you need?

Use the below tool to find the correct Spiral Sash Balance for your Window

Note: If you have a double hung window, and are wanting to replace both top and bottom sash balances, it's recommended to measure both

Note: If you're trying to replace the top sash of a double hung window, and your window does not have a horn, when measuring your overall window height, deduct 60mm off your measurement (as our tool assumes your window has a horn)

Choosing The Right Sash Window Parts Is Essential

By buying the best product to balance your sash window, you can save yourself a lot of time and frustration. AtKeeler Hardware we know balancing your window is important. Ensuring smooth operation. The rightwindow hardware product will help you get the most out of your window. By allowing for easy operation and providing flexibility of opening widths and heights. Consider how much weight your window will be holding when selecting a balancer. Many manufacturers offer different types with different capacities. Here at Keeler Hardware we make it easy for you to find one that meets or exceeds the capacity of your window. Ease-of-installation should be considered before making a choice from our range. With all the options available here at Keeler Hardware. Finding the perfect product to balance your sash windows shouldn't be too difficult.

The Best Products to Balance Your Sash Window

Sash windows are a classic look for any home. They provide insulation and add an old-fashioned charm to any room. But if you have a sash window in your home, you know that they can be a bit tricky to keep in balance. Luckily, we have different sash window hardware products available at Keeler Hardware. All to help achieve the perfect balance for your sash window.

The first product is the Sash Window Balances. These products are designed to help you keep your sash window in balance. By using a series of weights and pulleys. A simple solution that's installed in minutes, and it's very affordable.

Another great option is the Sash Window Spring Balance. This product uses springs to help keep your sash window in balance. It's easy to install and use, and it's very effective at keeping your sash window in balance.

There's the Sash Window Counterbalance. This product uses a series of weights to help keep your sash window in balance, easy to install and use.

Finally, a Windows Spiral Sash Balance. Spiral window balances are an essential component in opening and holding sliding windows. This balance contains a spiral-shaped rod. Which goes into a tube containing the tension spring. Adjust the tension for each window support, by winding the spring (using a tensioning tool).

Additionally you can add weatherstripping around the perimeter of the window. This will help seal out drafts and keep your home more comfortable. Weatherstripping and other window accessories are available at Keeler Hardware stores and online. Australia wide shipping and are easy to install yourself.

Each of these sash window parts has its own advantages and disadvantages. Be sure to consider your specifications before purchasing. If you are unsure about which sash window hardware. The Keeler hardware team is more than happy to assist you with the use of the spiral balance finder online. Whichever sash window product you choose. Be it a spiral balance or sash balance. You'll be sure to enjoy the benefits of having a well-balanced sash window in your home.

Difference Between Sash Balance And Sash Lift

There are two main types of window hardware products used to balance your sash window. They are sash balances and sash lifts. Both of these sash window parts work by counteracting the weight of the sash, making it easier to open and close.

Sash balances are usually made from metal or plastic, and they fit into the top of the window frame. They have a spring mechanism that applies pressure to the sash, making it easier to lift.Sash lifts are similar, but they fit onto the bottom of the frame and use a lever system to apply pressure to the sash.

The type of sash wing part you choose will depend on your personal preference and the style of window you have. Sash balances are more common in older properties. While sash lifts are often seen in contemporary homes.

What are Spiral Balance Sash Windows?

Sash windows are the most common type of window in older buildings. The sash window is a type of double-hung window. Where the panes each slide vertically in their own separate frame. For centuries, they've been the most popular style of window for homes and offices alike. But over time, age and neglect can lead to these windows becoming difficult to work with. Especially when it's time to clean them.

What A Spiral Sash Balance?

At Keeler Hardware we know spiral sash balances. Being one of the more well known spiral sash balance suppliers online. A spiral sash balance is a device used to keep a window in the open position. Spiral balances consist of a coil of metal or plastic that attaches to the window frame. With a weight to the bottom of the window. The coil is under tension in the spiral balance so that it exerts a force on the window. Which balances the weight of the window and keeps it open.

Spiral sash balances fitted on double-hung windows. Placed between the two sashes. They are also sometimes used on casement windows, fitted at the top of the window. Spiral sash balances can adjust to change the amount of force that they exert on the window. Allowing you to control how much effort needed to open and close the window.

If your window has a spiral sash balance, you can adjust it by turning the knob at the end of the balance. This change of the spiral balance will loosen or tighten the coil. Which will increase or decrease the amount of force that it exerts on the window. Remove the spiral sash balance altogether if you want to close without force.

How to Maintain Spiral Balance Sash Windows?

Your sash window is an important part of your home, and it’s important to keep it in good working order. Here are some tips on how to maintain your sash window.

Inspect your window for any damage or wear and tear. If you see any cracks or holes, repair them immediately to prevent further damage.

Clean your window with a soft cloth or brush. You can also use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to remove dust and dirt.

Lubricate the moving parts of your window with a light oil to keep them operating smoothly.

In areas with severe weather conditions. Make sure to protect your sash windows from the elements. Done by installingwindow locks, storm windows or hurricane shutters.

By following these simple tips, you can keep your sash window in good condition for many years to come.

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