Open Architectural Windows & Doors come equipped with easy to operate hardware that enhances both the beauty and the security of the product. High end hardware provides the finishing touch to your doors and windows, creating a cohesive, elegant look. Open Architectural Windows & Doors offers a wide selection of hardware that is specially curated for various architectural styles. We offer traditional hardware suited for landscape windows, as well a wide selection of modern hardware to create a sleek and sophisticated look.
Despite the elegant design, our hardware is extremely durable and made to last. Our hardware is available in a variety standard finishes. For a more distinctive look, we offer an Architectural Hardware series that holds designer handles to complement the unique style of your home.
Aside from the design of the hardware, there are four main things to consider when selecting hardware for your windows and doors: the lock, opening and closing handle, tilt latch, and hardware finish.
Opening and Closing Handle
A well-engineered window or door should open and close with ease. Working the handle should be a simple task, enabling you to operate the windows and doors with little effort. The windows and doors should never feel loose in their tracks, however they should move easily nonetheless.
Multi-Point Locking System.
The locking mechanism of windows and doors is imperative to the safety of your home. Commonplace locks consist of a latch and deadbolt, providing only a single locking point between the door and jamb. Multi-point locking systems, as their name implies, have multiple points which simultaneously lock into place. This system uses a travel drive rail which is activated by lifting the door handle. Built into this rail system is a shootbolt system which provides a minimum of three locking points between the door and jamb. The multi-point locking system greatly increases the security of your home, as the system offers far more resistance to intrusion and forced entry.
Open Architectural Hardware
- ROTO - The Roto name can be found in virtually every situation where hardware technology is applied throughout the world. Their commitment to customer focus, backed up by global research, development and manufacturing resources, enables them to provide you with optimal solutions to meet your specific requirements, with the ultimate goal of linking security, energy management and convenience with each other.
- MACO - MACO has three Austrian production locations and markets its hardware in more than 40 countries worldwide, with independent subsidiaries in 15 of these countries. In order to achieve the high level of in-house production of 98%, special machine construction is required. The Salzburg training workshop is equipped modern metalworking working machines, computer-aided milling machines and lathes, as well as programming stations for CNC and CAM training.
- GU(Gretsch-Unitas) - After more than 100 years of success, Gretsch-Unitas is one of the leading suppliers of window and door technology, automatic entrance systems and building management systems.