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uPVC Tilt and Turn Windows


Tilt and Turn Windows

Secure ventilation and easy cleaning

  • Opens inwards for easy cleaning
  • Tilts for secure ventilation
  • Maintenance free uPVC
  • Built to last with long-lasting guarantees
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The versatile dual-purpose window

Everest tilt and turn uPVC windows are the most versatile of the Everest windows range. The windows open inwards so you can clean the glass without leaning out, whilst the tilt option provides ventilation without compromising on security. This makes a tilt and turn window a great practical choice for any home.

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Your tilt and turn windows can be tailored to your requirements.

Colours

Our uPVC tilt and turn windows are available in a beautiful range of colours including uPVC woodgrain finishes, which look like real wood, but without any of the maintenance issues.


The single colour frames are the same colour inside and outside. Whereas on dual colour options the frame is white inside with a second shade on the exterior, in keeping with both the character of your property and inside décor.


uPVC colours
White

White

White Woodgrain

White Woodgrain

Cream Woodgrain

Cream Woodgrain

Golden Oak

Golden Oak

Rosewood

Rosewood

Cream Woodgrain and White

Cream Woodgrain & White

Golden Oak and White

Golden Oak & White

Rosewood and White

Rosewood & White

Black Woodgrain and White

Black Woodgrain & White

Furniture

The tilt and turn in line handle offers flawless operation, outstanding quality and is available in a choice of colours to match the style of your home.


In Line Handle
Black In Line Handle

Black In Line Handle

White In Line Handle

White In Line Handle

Graphite In Line Handle

Graphite In Line Handle

Gold In Line Handle

Gold In Line Handle

Chrome In Line Handle

Chrome In Line Handle

Glazing

Everything from highly energy-efficient triple glazing to types of glass including decorative, obscure and our acoustic glass, which is market leading for sound reduction.

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    Double Glazing
    Double Glazing

    Double Glazing
    Double-glazed windows comprise of two panes of glass that are separated by a spacer bar. The layer of air or gas sandwiched between the panes provides an insulation barrier against noise and heat loss, helping you to maintain a warmer, quieter home.
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    Triple Glazing
    Triple Glazing

    Triple Glazing
    Enjoy extra warmth and comfort in your home with our triple glazing windows, boasting an unprecedented A++ energy efficiency rating.
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    Obscure Glass
    Obscure Glass

    Obscure
    A range of patterns available with different levels of privacy to suit your needs. Ideal for bathrooms bedrooms or anywhere else you want privacy.
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    Decorative Glass
    Decorative Glass

    Decorative
    Manufactured in a variety of ways to give a wide choice of patterns, textures and colours, decorative glass effects can be created on double glazing window panels by silvering, tinting, acid-etching or applying ceramic paints. ecorative glass looks beautiful in top hung fan lights (the top sashes of casement windows), as well as feature windows in halls and stairwells.

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    Noise Reducing Glass
    Noise Reducing Glass

    Noise Reducing Glass
    Sound reduction glass is another form of laminated glass that has a special polymer layer which has been engineered to absorb sound waves and reduce noise pollution from entering your home.
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    Toughened Glass
    Toughened Glass

    Toughened
    Designed and toughened to shatter into fragments if shattered for enhanced safety. Regulations dictate when this must be used but can be installed anywhere. Safety glass required below or partly below 1500mm for doors and side-panels within or partly within 300mm of a door and below or partly below 800mm for windows.
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    Security Laminated Glass
    Security Laminated Glass

    Security Laminated Glass
    Everest’s 6.4mm & 6.8mm laminated security glass surpasses every security standard on glass with an extra layer of laminate for added security. Laminated glass offers significant performance benefits over non-laminated glass. The layer inthe centre is made from PVB, polyvinyl butyral.
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    Leaded Glass
    Leaded Glass

    Leaded
    Stylish strips of lead are a purely visual benefit that can be added to your window in order to make it more aesthetically pleasing. There are a range of leaded glass options that suit both modern and traditional houses, including square and diamond designs.

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    Georgian Bars
    Internal Georgian Bars

    Georgian Bars
    Georgian bars can either sit between the glass panes for easy cleaning or externally for a touch of authenticity. Ideal for traditional or conservation properties.

Misc


Bay configuration

A bay window is an arrangement of three or more individual window units. A bay window adds a projection to the wall which can be stood in, adding a stylish look from the outside and a great place to sit and relax on the inside.


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Tech Sheets

Our tilt and turn window tech sheet can be downloaded below as a PDF.

Tech Sheet

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The benefits of Tilt and Turn Windows


Tilts for secure ventilation

The window can be tilted inwards from the bottom hinges, giving you easy and child safe ventilation in your home. You can adjust the opening with a choice of four different ventilation positions, all of which are kept in place with a tilt restrictor, ensuring your home security is never compromised.

Tilt and turn window wide open in a kitchen

A large white tilt and turn window in a kitchen with one window tilted and the other turned inwards

Opens wide for easy cleaning

Tilt and turn windows are perfect for easy maintenance as the window can open inwards from the side hinges, allowing you to clean the outside from inside your home. This is particularly useful when windows are above the ground floor as no leaning out or ladders are required. The wide opening also means the windows can be used as an emergency exit.

High-quality Tilt Turn Windows, guaranteed

  • 20 year guarantee against discolouration of white uPVC
  • Lifetime guarantee against fog & condensation between panes
  • 10 year guarantee on window including hinges & gear-box

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A white uPVC double glazed window with tilt and turn opening

Tilt and Turn Window FAQs

At Everest, we understand that choosing new tilt and turn windows can be a daunting task. So to help you here are some frequently asked questions which you might find useful.

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    What is a tilt turn window?
    Tilt turn windows are a popular choice for homeowners due to the practical and versatile features they offer. A tilt turn window can be opened in two ways, either opened fully like that of a casement window or they can be tilted from the bottom with the top of the window angled into the room. This allows an opening for ventilation with the benefit of increased security and safety. They also open into the room enabling easy cleaning.
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    Why do tilt and turn windows open inwards?
    Tilt and turn windows open inwards to allow flexible ventilation. With a tilt turn window you don’t have to have the window open fully to let air into your home. Opening it slightly, tilting into the room, provides the air flow required but with the additional benefit of security. The design also means that you can have the window open when it rains, without the risk of rain water entering your home.
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    Are tilt turn windows secure?
    Yes they are highly secure as a tilt turn window requires more robust internal hardware to operate than a regular casement window, and offers a multiple number of locking points. The in-swing hinges further secure the window from being forced open from the outside.
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    What are the advantages of tilt turn windows?
    The most obvious advantage of a tilt turn window is the varied ventilation. The tilt function allows for top ventilation, cutting back on strong breezes, and makes an excellent night opening whereas the turn function allows for a wide opening and maximum air circulation. Tilt turn windows also offer the advantage, of being easy to clean – great if your window is not accessible by a ladder.
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    Can I have tilt turn windows in a listed property?
    If you live in a listed property you may find that you cannot make changes that alter the exterior look and fabric of the building. As such you will not be able to upgrade the existing windows. It is important to check with your local authority to prevent any costly mistakes or Everest can help with your planning and building regulation concerns.

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