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Design for Elderly and Disabled Environments: . Windows Part 3 of 10. Making Homes More Comfortable and Accessible. Single & Double Hung Windows Sliding Windows Casement Windows Awning Windows Additional Changes Accessible Windows. Contents. Single & Double Hung Windows.
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Plan for Elderly and Disabled Environments: Windows Part 3 of 10 Making Homes More Comfortable and Accessible

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Single & Double Hung Windows Sliding Windows Casement Windows Awning Windows Additional Changes Accessible Windows Contents

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Single & Double Hung Windows Common Problems Often keeps are situated out of scope. Client must lift weight of window.

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Sliding Windows A slider can be worked from a situated position. Locks are typically situated at the base of the casing. Maintain a strategic distance from models with little recessed locks. Select slider with circle, lever, or sharp edge handles.

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Casement Windows Typically are the least demanding for a great many people. Models with huge simple to hold wrenches are best. Locks situated close ledge are anything but difficult to reach.

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Awning Windows Combined bolting and working system inside simple range.

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Additional Changes Install Auxiliary circle handles Install specially designed window embeds Use lock connectors Install power administrators

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Accessible Windows Mount so all handles, bolts, or power controls can be come to from a situated position. Give satisfactory clear floor space to wheelchair.

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