uPVC tilt and turn windows
Trendy and versatile, uPVC tilt and turn windows do not just attach a functional value but also add a very classy look to your space. Since the tilt and turn windows come with a sash, it can tilt open at an angle from the top with the hinges fixed at the bottom or swing inwards with the hinges on the side.
Also, tilt and turn uPVC windows come with an efficient and easy to use multi lock system to prevent any break-ins. uPVC Tilt and turn Windows, with their flexible opening offer excellent ventilation and sunlight, making it the perfect choice for your space.
Features & Benefits
- Offers maximum ventilation and quick cleaning
- Energy saving design helps insulate the room against the heat
- Tilt position allows fresh air and protection from rain
- Highly durable, designed to withstand extreme temperatures
- Triple glass option for better insulation from noise pollution
- Termite proof and corrosion resistant
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Frequently Asked Questions
Tilt and turn windows function by tilting inwards at the top, or can be opened inwards like a casement window from the hinges at the side. This helps provide better ventilation and improved protection from rain and heat, and makes them easy to clean as well.
Tilt and turn window's structure requires it to have more sturdy hardware with multi-locking system. Moreover, the in-swing hinges secure windows from being forced open from the outside. Tilting positions also add to the security, while also enabling ventilation.
Tilt and turn windows function through tilting the window at the top for allowing regulated ventilation and turning inward for opening and allowing cleaning and efficient access of the window. By turning the handle to 90° and then pulling the window towards you into the tilt position, you can easily access the window.
When compared to casement or sliding windows, tilt and turn windows are indeed a bit more expensive. This is due to their rather complicated operating system and locking mechanisms, which require more cost of production.