TILT & TURN WINDOWS
A popular alternative to the casement window is the Tilt & Turn. This features a dual opening mechanism for security, safety and easy access, making the tilt and turn window an ideal option for multi-storey buildings or properties where the windows would otherwise be difficult to access.
By twisting the handle 90 degrees the vent tilts inwards to provide gentle ventilation; when turned to 180 the side hinges engage to enable the window to be fully opened for ease of cleaning and fire escape. They can be coupled to produce bay and bow windows as well as used in conservatories.
Similar to our casement windows, Tilt & Turn windows come in either double or triple glazing and in a range of 20 colour frames. Shootbolt locking is standard and they can be ‘Secure By Design’.
BENEFITS OF TILT & TURN
- Tilt and Turn Windows feature a dual opening mechanism for security, safety and easy access
- Tilt & Turn are an ideal option for multi-storey buildings or properties where the windows would otherwise be difficult to access.
- Tilt & Turn have Shootbolt Locking as standard, which makes them more difficult to break into; their hook-shaped locks are imbedded within the frames themselves.
- We supply a range of over 20 solid colour and woodgrain finish options for our T’n’T windows.
Discover the features and benefits of our comprehensive product range
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TILT & TURN
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