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Traditional Conservatory Window Opener
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Electric Conservatory Window Openers
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Screwjack Conservatory Window Openers

Types of Conservatory Window Openers

There are several types of window openers suitable for use on windows and roof vents in conservatories. Here are a selection of the different types.

Electric Conservatory Window Opener

There are a few electric window openers on the market that work well in conservatories but not all are equal. Things to make sure you look out for when choosing an autoimatic electric conservatory windown opener are the power option, 240v or 24v, can it be plugged in or does it need to be wired, can it be operated remotly via a control switch or remote control. Also important is the strength of the motor and if more than one can be used on larger windows. 

What is a Screwjack

The traditional window opener or screwjack is threaded brass rod that when twisted using an opener pole or handle extends to open your window or roof vent.

Screwjacks are particularly popular in conservatories, orangeries and skylight windows on a pitched roof but are also used in other situations such as flat roof vents and low level windows on a vertical wall.

Traditional Window Opener

Traditional Window Openers also know as a screwjacks are a manual window opener that is popular in conservatories and other high windows.

They can be used in a varity of situations to improve natural ventilation.