Tilt and Turn Window
Many people choose tilt-turn windows for their homes because they are useful and can be used in many situations. There are two ways to open a tilt-turn window: fully, like a casement window, or turned from the bottom so that the top of the window faces into the room. This makes a space for airflow and makes the building safer and more secure. Also, they open into the room, which makes cleaning them easy.
- Safe airflow and simple cleaning
- The inside opening makes it easy to clean
- Tilts for safe airflow
- UPVC that doesn’t need any maintenance
- Guaranteed to last for a long time during construction
The Flexible Two-Use Window
The most useful type of Everest window is the tilt-and-turn uPVC window. The windows open inwards, so you don’t have to lean out to clean the glass. The tilt feature lets air flow through without sacrificing safety. A tilt-and-turn window is a great choice for any home because of this.
You can change the tilt and turn windows to fit your needs.
Tilt and Turn Window Colors
uPVC tilt-and-turn windows will look great no matter what color you choose. Some even have woodgrain finishes that look like real wood but don’t need as much care.
Inside and out, the single-color frames are the same color. Frames with two colors are white on the inside and a different color on the outside to match your home’s style and interior design.
- uPVC colors
- Light blue
- Woodgrain in white
- Woodgrain in cream
- Avon Anthracite
- Oak with Gold
- Wood from roses
- White and cream woodgrain
- White and light gray
- White, gray, and olive
- Black and white
- Chartwell White and Green
- White Oak and Golden
- White and Rosewood
- White and black wood grain
- Tilt and Turn Windows Pros and Cons
Tilts for safe airflow
You can tilt the window inwards from the bottom springs, which makes it easy and safe for kids to let air into the house. You can change the opening to one of four air positions. A tilt restrictor keeps each position in place, so your home security is never at risk.
Easy to clean.
Because tilt-and-turn windows can open inwards from the side hinges, you can clean the outside of your home from the inside. This makes cleaning a breeze. This is helpful when windows are above the ground floor because you don’t have to lean out or use stairs. Well, Ten-year guarantee on window parts like hinges and gear-box
Frequently asked questions
Why are tilt-turn windows a good idea?
One of the best things about a tilt-turn window is that it lets in different amounts of air. The tilt function lets air flow from the top, blocks strong breezes, and makes a great night opening. The turn function, on the other hand, lets in a lot of air and makes the opening wider. Another good thing about tilt-turn windows is that they are easy to clean, which is great if you can’t get to your window with a ladder.
When tilt and turn windows open, why do they do that?
To let in fresh air, tilt and turn windows that open inwards. You don’t have to open a tilt-turn window to let air into your home. By turning it into the room and opening it a little, you can get the airflow you need and feel safer. In addition, the design lets you leave the window open during rainstorms without worrying about water getting inside.
Are windows that tilt and turn safe?
Because a tilt-turn window needs stronger interior hardware to work than a regular casement window and has more locking points, they are very safe. Additionally, the in-swing springs make it harder for someone to open the window from the outside.
If my house is on the list, can I have tilt-turn windows?
In some cases, if you live in a listed home, you might be unable to make changes that affect how the building looks from the outside. So, you won’t be able to make the windows better. You should check with your local government to avoid making mistakes that cost a lot of money. If you have any worries about planning or building regulations, Everest can help.