Aluminium Window Extender Stops
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Our aluminium window-extender stops are designed to allow fresh air into your home by locking aluminium windows into partially open positions. The original extender stop was "A God inspired device" made to simply prevent wind from blowing windows open or closed. Since then, they have proved to have other uses.
These stops come in a range of sizes, small, medium and large. They are simple to use, quick fitting from inside the house, and require no special tools or techniques.
All stops are made of strong galvanized steel that is epoxy coated to make them long lasting and durable. The stops were designed to permit fresh air into homes and I did not have security in mind. However, with the small sized stop, it is impossible to get one's fingers into the resulting opening and this offers some measure of security. Where baboons are a problem, this stop has been found to be very effective, frustrating the baboons while you calmly enjoy the fresh air.
The small stop is very strong and has been found to be effective in up to 100km/hr winds. This is a gale-force wind of 10 on the Beaufort scale that can break or uprooted trees. Because of its small size this stop can safely be left fitted permanently, with no fear of having your curtains torn by high winds. The small stop is also designed to be an extender to the other stop sizes, allowing an increased flow of air.
Here are other less obvious advantages we have experienced
The stops allow constant fresh air into bathrooms and toilets thereby
eliminating mildew growth
Window hinges and the friction pads suffer less wear as they are locked into position and do not move
Their low cost makes them affordable to homeowners or tenants and can even go on holiday with you to the seaside cottage
You can take them with you should you ever move
Best of all is you will be able to sleep in comfort, with peace of mind and plenty of fresh air
Profits from sales of the stops go to The South African Red Cross, so everyone benefits from their use.
Last Updated 20 January 2013 11:06