Our tilt-and-turn windows are versatile products, combining a smart and modern look with practicality.
There is a wide range of style options, meaning these windows – which are simple to use and easy to keep clean – are suitable for everything from small openings to fire escapes.
Features and benefits
Tilt-and-turn allows you to tilt the window inwards, for ventilation, or open fully inwards which will allow for easier cleaning. Furthermore, this product can also be incorporated within bay and bow style windows.
Choice of designs
Extensive choice of designs. Tilt-and-turn windows consist of inwards-opening sashes, which can be operated in two ways. Turn handle 90 degrees to tilt top of sash inwards with restrictors (hinged at bottom); turning handle a further 90 degrees allows sash to open fully inwards, hinged on the side for access and cleaning.
Choice of finishes
Available in a variety of foiled finishes, both woodgrain and solid colours. Check out our range of colours.
Accessories and extras
Range of handle colours to complement the finish of your windows. Wide range of glass designs, from leaded to Georgian bars.
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Our tilt-and-turn Windows
All our windows have A+ energy ratings, and you won’t find better anywhere else. It means they could significantly reduce your heating bills.
You can choose a woodgrain effect as a finish or plump for a more solid colour, and there are also various options when it comes to the glazing. There is a choice of smart handles in gold, chrome, white or black.
All our uPVC windows are measured and made to order, meaning you can have the confidence of a perfect fit and enjoy a reduction of outside noise.
Our windows meet British Standards in terms of strength, operational characteristics and weather resistance, and they are tested rigorously – and above industry standards.
If you have questions about our windows, check out our windows frequently asked questions page for the answers.
The Technical Specification
Hardware: Consists of perimeter gearing to all sashes with a multipoint lock around each sash.
Performance: Our double glazing windows meets weather-performance and operational and strength characteristics as specified in BS6375 Parts 1 and 2.
Product options: Mock horn is an option to top-hung casements. The bottom of the sash has an extruded feature to give the appearance of a vertical slider. Can be incorporated only in top-hungs that include a fixed light below.