UPVC Tilt Turn Windows
Tilt-and-turn windows are incredibly adaptable. A sash tilts and opens at a specific angle from the top, with hinges at the bottom, in this sort of window. With side hinges, the sash can also swing to the inside. Tilt and turn windows are stylish because of their cutting-edge design. As a result, whether the tilt and turn window is huge or tiny, it will have an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Nowadays, triple glass panes / triple glazed and double glass panes / double glazed tilt and turn windows are available, giving homeowners a variety of alternatives. Homeowners are gradually becoming more interested in these windows. Because to the widespread adoption of these windows, even uPVC stable doors are now available with tilt and turn windows.
- Both the inside and outside of window/door connecting walls should be plastered. There must be no obstructions in the hollow where the new window will be put. The sill must be well plastered.
- Each window should be shimmed to the plumb level suitably and properly.
- The cavity should be measured in three places, both in width and height, as shown below, with a maximum and lowest size difference of 12 mm in width and height.
- The breadth of the sill should be more than the width of the window frame.
- To be provided clear guidance whether the window should be flushed inside or externally, and how much space should be left outside or inside if the sill level is higher.
- Only after one coat of paint has been applied should the installation begin; no plaster of Paris work should be done on the window's joining face to the wall.
Features & Benefits
- Contemporary and stylish
- Tilt position allows draft-free ventilation and rain protection
- Turn position offers maximum ventilation, egress opening and quick cleaning
- Brings maximum sunlight, insulation and aesthetics
- Energy saving design, easy to use and long lasting
- Keep your home peaceful with noise insulation
- Triple glass option for better insulation
- Weather resistant; Not prone to rust, termite, corrosion or fading