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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.
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. 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.
White Woodgrain / White
Cream / White
Agate Grey / White
Silver Grey / White
Slate Grey / White
Anthracite Grey / White
Black / White
Golden Oak / White
Rosewood / White
Chartwell Green / White
With the introduction of our new window range, we are offering a product that has superior energy efficiency, market-leading U-values and a drive towards sustainability that has not been widely available in the UK.
As the Future Homes Standards are introduced, the energy efficiency of a home and U-values for windows will become more important. At Everest, we believe that triple glazed windows will become a requirement in all new build houses as the standards for the fabric structure of buildings keep increasing.
Everest uPVC triple glazed windows and double glazing windows have an ultra-low U-value. The frame is made with recycled uPVC and most of the window can be recycled to reduce the impact on the environment.
By choosing Everest tilt and turn windows now, we will help you to future-proof your home with the best products for energy efficiency and the environment:
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Take a look at some of our recent tilt and turn window installations.
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For ventilation that you control, not to mention easy cleaning, these windows are a great option. Both of the windows open to the side, and they can both be tilted as well, which gives you less ventilation but more security.
Project: Carters HouseStyled by: Ann BroadPhotographer: Colin Poole
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Everest tilt and turn windows are made from high quality uPVC, which looks great and is guaranteed not to discolour, crack or fade. The windows come in a choice of seven finishes, including attractive woodgrain options, so you can pick the style that's just right for your home.
Our special tilt and turn hinges mean the windows can be opened inwards from the side or tilted inwards from the bottom, offering great versatility, whether you want to open the window fully or just let in a little fresh air for ventilation.
Options such as Georgian bars create an authentic and stylish look for your tilt and turn windows, adding character to your home. Our Georgian bars are available in white, brown or black, so they can tone perfectly with the chosen finish for your new windows.
Everest's optional tilt restrictor means you can easily adjust the opening of your tilt and turn window, choosing from four different ventilation positions. This provides even greater flexibility, as well as added security for your home and family.
Everest's 'Smoothweld' technology provides an almost invisible joint in the corner of the window, which not only looks neater but also prevents dirt from gathering. The uPVC trim we include around the edge of the windows also helps to create a much smarter finish, ensuring a better look overall.
Everest tilt and turn windows are easy to clean as they swing inwards, meaning you can clean the outer glass pane from inside your house. What's more, our uPVC is more-or-less maintenance free as it's manufactured to a superior quality, meaning it's guaranteed not to rot, rust, peel or flake.
Our tilt and turn windows are made to measure, as are all Everest doors and windows, ensuring a perfect fit and a neat finish. As well as looking great, this tailor-made approach helps to keep your home warm, cosy and draught-free when it's cold outside.
For versatility, superior design and exceptional quality, Everest's tilt and turn windows are the ideal addition to any home. With a range of colours, handles and other features available, you can have beautiful, functional windows that perfect suit your property, your neighbourhood and your personal style.
Everest tilt and turn uPVC windows benefit from the same superb energy saving technology and security features as all of our windows and doors, keeping your home warm and safe. That means lower energy bills and greater peace of mind which, combined with our industry-leading guarantees, ensures you can really relax and enjoy your home.
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 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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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