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Casement stays, or casement arms are available in a range of different types. We have sillmount window stays that are installed on the sill of the window. There are two types of sillmount stays. The first is adjustable by putting a pin (installed on the window sill) into various holes along the casement arm (installed on the bottom of the window. The second type of sillmount casement stay is a telescopic stay which again is installed on the sill and bottom of the window, however, extends out from a surrounding section meaning that nothing will protrude into the room when the window is opened. Our telescopic window stays are also available in a locking version so the window can be locked with a key in an open position. Sillmount casement stays are used in conjunction with a Casement Fastener to hold the window closed.

Aside from sillmount window stays, we also have available sidemount casement stays which are installed on the side of the window and frame. Sidemount stays have a dual purpose of both holding the window open in various adjustable positions and holding the window closed by the casement arm (installed on the window itself) folding over the keeper/pin (installed on the window frame) to secure the window.

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Casement stays, or casement arms are available in a range of different types. We have sillmount window stays that are installed on the sill of the window. There are two types of sillmount stays. The first is adjustable by putting a pin (installed on the window sill) into various holes along the casement arm (installed on the bottom of the window. The second type of sillmount casement stay is a telescopic stay which again is installed on the sill and bottom of the window, however, extends out from a surrounding section meaning that nothing will protrude into the room when the window is opened. Our telescopic window stays are also available in a locking version so the window can be locked with a key in an open position. Sillmount casement stays are used in conjunction with a Casement Fastener to hold the window closed.

Aside from sillmount window stays, we also have available sidemount casement stays which are installed on the side of the window and frame. Sidemount stays have a dual purpose of both holding the window open in various adjustable positions and holding the window closed by the casement arm (installed on the window itself) folding over the keeper/pin (installed on the window frame) to secure the window.