Our non-corroding stainless steel storm window sash hangers have been designed for either flush or surface mounting of traditional 1-1/8″ thick storm and/or screen sash. All SRS hardware storm hangers and storm window stays are made from non – corroding stainless steel. Corrosion resistance is especially important when your home is situated in a seaside environment.
There are 4 ordering options for our storm sash hangers:
Option “A” – sets consist of: two head casing mounted brackets, two sash mounted hangers and 2 traditional retaining clips. The clips utilize a carriage bolt and butterfly nut to pull the sash tight to the exterior casing or blind stop. In this case, no provision is made to allow for the propping open of the storm in pleasant weather.
Option “B” – sets consist of: two head casing mounted brackets and two sash mounted hangers. This set omits the retaining clips and are used with our popular SA-01 storm stays (purchase separately). This excellent system provides flexibility to secure the storm shut in cold weather. By choosing this system you have the option to easily prop open the storm for ventilation.
Option “C” – Half Sets. Use these when a window is already fitted with a storm sash using our brackets and a screen is desired for the warmer months. This set omits the brackets (because they are already present on your head casings) and the bolt, clip and wing-nut assembly (because you swap out the assembly from your storms).
Option “RC” – Retaining Clips. Perfect for when storm hangers already exist, but users want to secure the storm bottom to the window frame. Customers often use retaining clips in place of hook and eye sets.
You can order all of the above options as individual sets (enough for one storm or screen) or as a “4 Pack” (enough sets for 4 storms or screens).
Storm hanging tip: our Acro Numbering Tacks are a timesaving addition to your storm and screen sash. No more frustrating guess-work to match storms to the window when putting up the sash!
J. Burke –
Solid hangers and solid advice
We finally removed all the triple track frames from our house and had wood storms and screens made. The hardware choices were overwhelming so we contacted SRS. They walked us through the hardware options and helped us create a set that would work for our window frames and service both the storms and screens for easier changeover in the fall and spring. The hardware works really well and looks great on the house. We even bought some of the numbering tacks! Great customer service, thank you.
A. Jacobs –
Just the hardware we needed
We needed to replace some storms and screens for our summer cottage. We found that SRS’ hardware packages were very helpful because they let us buy one full set of hardware for the screens and a second half set for the storm windows. The hardware was delivered quickly and worked well for us.
V. Signore (verified owner) –
I was absolutely thrilled when we found storm window hardware on your site! I kept putting off building storm windows for the missing three on our 1926 bungalow because I just couldn’t find hardware that would work. They’re of high quality material, sturdy and easy to use. Thanks so much for offering these as we love our old windows and never want to replace them.
Greg Cavey (verified owner) –
After removing badly hung DIY vinyl siding from my 1950’s cape cod I discovered the window casings were built to accept wood storm sash. Having done a bit of woodworking I took on making 16 traditional storm windows with mortise and tenon joinery and glazed single pane glass. I purchased and used Sarco Multi-Glaze type M from SRS. It worked great. I also purchased and used the retaining clips, numbering tacks, and a few storm stays for storms at the front and back of the house. All in all it was quite a learning curve and a lot of work to say the least. After putting that much working into building storms I can say without hesitation that the cost and use of SRS storm sash hardware was well warranted and added significantly to the beauty of the storm windows. The quality of the hardware was excellent as was working with SRS Hardware. Take my advice, don’t use cheap hardware, go with SRS and you won’t be disappointed. By my calculations, even going with the best hardware available I saved a couple thousand dollars overall on the project. I’m quite pleased how they turned out.