Tilt and Turn windows

Features and Benefits

If you love having your windows open to let in fresh air, but worry about security, why not consider tilt and turn windows for your ground floor? They are also suitable for high-rise buildings as they are supplied as 'tilt before turn' to make them safer and avoid the risk of children opening them fully in the first instance. The tilt and turn window offers a greater scope for larger opening lights than a traditional casement window and the larger panes of glass help its thermal performance. With many practical benefits, tilt and turn windows are also available with as many options as our popular casement window

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    About Our Tilt-And-Turn-Windows

    Tilt and turn windows are a type of window design that offers two opening options. They can be tilted open at the top for ventilation or turned inward like a door for easy cleaning and larger openings. These windows have become increasingly popular in the UK and Europe over recent years due to their versatility and practicality.

    Here are three benefits of using tilt and turn windows in the UK:
    Improved ventilation: Tilt and turn windows allow for better ventilation than traditional windows because they can be tilted open at the top, even when it's raining outside. This feature allows for fresh air to circulate throughout your home, helping to reduce moisture levels and prevent mold growth.
    Easy to clean: With tilt and turn windows, you can easily clean the entire window from the inside of your home. The window can be turned inward, providing easy access to the outside of the glass. This makes cleaning the window both safer and more convenient, particularly for high-rise buildings or upper-level floors.
    Increased security: Tilt and turn windows are designed with multiple locking points. This added security makes them an ideal choice for ground floor and basement windows or for homes located in areas with high crime rates.  
    Overall, tilt and turn windows offer many advantages over traditional window designs, including improved ventilation, easy cleaning, and increased security. They are a practical and versatile choice for any home or building, especially in the UK where weather and security can be concerns. Perfect as a fire escape or simply to let in more fresh air, windows are supplied as tilt before turn to make them safer and avoid the risk of children opening them fully in the first instance.

    FAQ's

    Tilt-and-turn windows have two modes of operation. They can either be tilted inwards at the top, providing ventilation while maintaining security, or they can be opened inward like a door for easy access and cleaning. The window handle is used to switch between the two modes, and the locking mechanism ensures that the window remains secure in either mode.

     

    Tilt-and-turn windows offer several benefits, including improved ventilation, enhanced security, easy cleaning, and energy efficiency. They also offer a sleek and modern look, and their versatility makes them a popular choice for a wide range of buildings.

     

    Tilt-and-turn windows can be used in a variety of building types, including houses, apartments, and commercial buildings. However, they are typically more expensive than traditional window types, so they may not be the best option for every budget. Additionally, tilt-and-turn windows require a certain amount of space around them to be able to open fully, so they may not be suitable for very small rooms or buildings with limited space. It's best to consult with our professional team to determine if tilt-and-turn windows are a suitable choice for your specific building and budget.