The invention is an attachable telescoping rod assembly which assists one in the opening, tilting and closing of casement windows when they become swelled and difficult to operate.
Inventor Patrick Michael Doughty of Scarsdale, NY has designed an attachable telescoping rod assembly which assists one in the opening, tilting and closing double hung windows.
Most people find cleaning windows to be tiresome, boring, and difficult to do, especially when dealing with cleaning the exterior of window surfaces. Most recent double hung window designs include a tilt-in feature allowing the exterior of the glass to be cleaned safely from inside the home. However, this process requires the user to snap the window out of the track system, which requires a great deal of strength and perhaps even two people. This process also subjects the window to possible damage and may even injure the user. Inventor Doughty has created a means by which tilt in windows can be easily operated for cleaning by only one person in a safe and efficient manner.
This clever new invention makes cleaning the outsides of windows easier for everyone. It adapts to any size window, and prevents window damage. The tool would be especially helpful for maintenance and cleaning personnel. The use of the Tilt Window Opening Aid and Method of Use Thereof provides for the cleaning of tilt-in windows in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective