Customers no longer want “just any window” but expect to get the right windows for their home, their tastes, and their budget. Whatever your property and your requirements, Alteza aluminium tilt and turn windows will be made to suit those needs.
Tilt and turn windows open inwards, and look best on modern designs. These types of windows fundamentally open on two axes: tilting when ventilation is needed and turning to work like a regular casement window.
In the tilt position, the window tilts inwards into the room – remaining fixed at the base. In this position, the window provides ventilation, enables easy cleaning, and also shielding off rain. Alteza heavy-duty tilt and turn window designs offer maximum security, energy efficiency, and durability without compromising on style. Customization is also possible: glazing & glass options, robust hardware, choice of colours, and sizes.
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Tilt and turn windows represent a unique window style that allows for dual modes of operation: they can either tilt inward from the top or open inward from the side, similar to casement windows. This versatility makes them highly adaptable, offering both ventilation and unrestricted access to the outdoors. Tilt and turn windows are commonly crafted from materials like aluminum or PVC and can be equipped with various glass options, including double glazing, triple glazing, and safety glass.
Advantages of Tilt and Turn Windows:
Both tilt and turn windows and casement windows come with their own set of advantages and drawbacks. Tilt and turn windows are more versatile, offering enhanced security and ventilation. However, they can be somewhat costlier than casement windows. Casement windows are budget-friendly and easier to install but provide less security and ventilation. The choice between the two hinges on your specific needs and budget.
Tilt and turn windows employ a specialized hinge mechanism that facilitates the dual-opening functionality. To tilt the window, simply turn the handle 180 degrees, causing the window to tilt inward from the top. To fully open the window, turn the handle 90 degrees, and the window will swing inward from the side. Tilt and turn windows can be securely locked in both the tilted and fully open positions. Locking the window involves turning the handle to the closed position and engaging the lock button. Tilt and turn windows are renowned for their versatility and security and can find application in various scenarios.