Select Window System supplies and installs tilt and turn windows for customers in Cheshire, Staffordshire and the North West.Our windows are designed to maximise the glazing area, enabling more extensive apertures which aid cleaning as they can be fully opened inwards.As well as this practical feature, tilt and turn windows provide excellent background ventilation when located in the tilt position. You can open the window safely while providing excellent ventilation and easy cleaning.Our tilt and true windows are manufactured in a variant of materials, timber, uPVC, metal and composite – you get to choose the one that’s best for you.All our windows can be supplied with security features such as multiple locking and weather shielding seals for maximum draught-proofing.
Tilt & turn windows have a number of benefits over traditional casement and sash windows. Tilt & turn widows open sideways like a casement window easier cleaning or they can be titled from the bottom for good controlled ventilation. While normal windows open outwards, tilt and turn windows open inwards for better ventilation and easier cleaning. With excellent weather proofing and high security features they are considered by many to be an attractive alternative. They offer great flexibility with ventilation and are ideal for smaller rooms where space may be at a premium.
Tilt & turn windows are available in a variety of materials with uPVC and aluminium the most popular. They come is a range of colours and finishes so there is sure to be one that matches your home style both inside and out. There are finishes to match any scheme, even naturalistic wood grain that is virtually indistinguishable from tradition hardwood window frames. Customers have a wide range of gazing options at their disposal including double and triple glazed for thermal efficiency. Natural wood frames are available but many opt for uPVC, composite or aluminium which require less maintenance, high strength and long-lasting durability.
Tilt & turn widows use a special hinge system to they can be opened in two ways, sideway like an ordinating window or inward tilting. However there are many variations on the basic configuration. Some will have false transoms or cottage bars so they look just like a normal window. Tilting sash windows have panels that fold over each other. All windows are easy to operate and a single twist of the handle is usually all that is needed to provide ventilation while a further turn allow the window to open sideways for easy cleaning.