Constructing a home is stressful and rewarding at the same time. Homeowners these days are well informed and educated. They make sure that the material and fitments used for construction are of good quality and practical to use. One such fitment that is widely used and accepted by homeowners is Espag.
So, what is Espag? Why is it used? How to buy it? Are a few questions that would be running through your mind right now. Read through the article to find answers to these questions and also to understand the meaning and working of Espag.
The word Espag is short for a French word Espagnolette. It refers to the working mechanism of window locks. Espag is a flat metal strip that is attached to the locking part of the window and moves as and when the window handle is turned.
Espag is usually found on UPVC windows along with timber and aluminum. Securistyle Espag is considered by a number of homeowners as it connects to a gearbox and provides a multi-point locking system.
UPVC Espagnolette is found widely on double glazed modern windows.
As pointed out earlier UPVC Espag is the most common and widely used type of window handle. Broadly speaking Espag window handles are of two types – namely, Inline and cracked.
Inline Espag window handle is the best Espag handle. This type of Espag window handles are universal and can be found in various homes. Inline Espag will turn on both sides - right and left.
Whereas, Cracked Espag comes in two options - left hand and right hand. The left hand Cracked Espag window handle turns clockwise and right-hand turns anti-clockwise.
If you are looking to change or upgrade your window handles Espag is a good option. Before you buy Espag window handle research online to understand its mechanism and design.
Today Espag handles can be brought online. Brands like Mila have started their site where you can find all detail on types and models on Espag handle. Espag online handles are trending these days.
Based on the preference and usage pick an Espag handle that is convenient to operate. The online and offline market provides plenty of modern and sleek Espag handles that you can choose from. However, when buying an Espag window handle consider the décor and style of your home.
Most of the Espag handles have additional features like a push-button for added security. Mila Espag handles are best in style and security. Mila tongue Espag handle can be used on different types of windows, they work on top and bottom hung reversible windows.
Espag handles can be used to upgrade your current window handles. These handles are secure, sleek, and stylish. Espag handles are easy to maintain and clean, all you need is a mild soap solution. However, when buying an Espag handle measure the spindle length of your window to ensure it fits perfectly.
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