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Sash Window Parts

double hung window parts

Antique Window Hardware

Our beautiful antique sash window hardware adds a polished, classic touch to your home. Whether your sashes are painted shut, drafty, or have broken cords, we have all the double-hung window parts you need to make them operable again. You’ll find sash locks and lifts in a wide range of styles, finish and materials, as well as sash pulleys, cords and weights - all the hardware you need to create a beautiful and functional window.

Most windows found in homes fall into the sash window category. If your window opens by sliding on a rail or uses a pulley with a weight, it's a sash window. There are single-hung and double-hung windows (meaning the top and bottom window both move), and both are part of many recent architectural styles.