Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and Turn Windows are typically a European style window but becoming a very popular choice for homeowners due to both their flexible ventilation and ease of upkeep but without compromising on security.
Features and Benefits
This new way of adding natural light into a property really has become popular over the past decade due to the varied ventilation of the Tilt and Turn. Offering two different ways of opening, whether that to be tilted open from the bottom hung hinges to allow for top ventilation but cutting back on strong breezes or to be turned open internally for a large opening and maximum circulation within the room.
The tilt aspect of the window is attractive to homeowners as you can still be ventilating the room but with added safety and security due to the window only opening a small amount. Another feature to the tilt is that the design allows for it to be tilted open even when it is raining without risking water getting into the property.
The turn aspect of the window is also attractive to home-owners due to the internal opening allowing for cleaning the window both inside and out which is a unique option for windows showing to us why they are so popular.
Security and Efficiency
The thermal performance behind a Tilt and Turn window is impressive too – due to the naturally larger build of the window the larger the glass needs to be meaning increased energy ratings.
Due to the increased functionality of the Tilt and Turn Window, this allows the profile frames to be thicker and ensures increased security for the property. Tilt and Turn Windows offer a more robust locking system compared to the standard casement window and an increased amount of locking points due to its versatility. Opening in hinges also secures the window further as it eliminates the fact of being forced open from the outside.
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