UPVC Tilt and Turn Windows

The tilt and turn range features a dual opening mechanism for security, safety and practicality.

By twisting the handle to 90 degrees, the sash tilts inwards to provide gentle ventilation: when turned to 180 degrees the side hinges engage to enable the window to be fully opened for ease of cleaning or fire escape.

At Countryside Windows, we serve customers all over the South West of England with tilt and turn windows for their homes and offices. These type of windows provide a simple, but contemporary and elegant solution which is suited to a range properties, both modern and older. They are constructed from long lasting aluminium and feature a dual opening mechanism. This means that they can be fully turned, if wanted, in order to make the window open on its hinges. Alternatively, they can be tilted, thus allowing for air to flow inwards but denying unauthorised access. As such, our tilt and turn range of windows afford a great deal of security, safety and sheer practicality.

One of the advantages of the range is that they offer the benefit of noise reduction. Not only does the glazing help to prevent unwanted sounds from outside, like road noise, but the frame cuts out extraneous noise, too. The products are also low maintenance, meaning that once they are installed they need little or nothing done to them in order to ensure a long life. The casement structure is of the highest quality that can last for decades. They are also incredibly safe windows to choose, as well. Because the turn function of the window allows it to be moved entirely into the property where it is installed, wiping down the external glass becomes child’s play. There is no longer any need to climb up ladders to clean the windows or to lean out of the window in order to reach all parts of the external glazing. Simply turn the window inwards where it can be cleaned with ease.

The tilt and turn windows we make are able to be sized for any type of aperture and used for new build projects or to replace existing windows. Once installed, they are incredibly secure with high quality latches and locks which mean that – even when the window is set to its tilted position – tampering with the security mechanism is virtually impossible. The aluminium frames are tough but look superb and can be painted in a wide range of colours, or powder coated, depending on the preference of the customer or to fit in with an existing colour scheme. Lastly, it is worth mentioning that this range of products on offer from Countryside Windows is thermally efficient and traps heat inside a building, thus helping to reduce utility bills over time.

A wide choice of colours, styles and specifications is available, depending on your particular tastes and requirements.

You can choose brilliant white frames or opt for a golden oak, mahogany, rosewood wood grain effect finish or Aluminium and hardwood.

Alternatively, a wood grain on white option would help you achieve the look of traditional hardwood frames on the outside and the clean lines of brilliant white frames on the inside.

Choose from any of the colours in the RAL chart for your frames. Frames can also be sprayed to any colour you wish.

The colours shown on this site are for reference purposes, they are by no means accurate. Computer monitors and web browsers generally show different colour values. We will not be held responsible for colours chosen incorrectly.
BS-4800 paint colours (not shown) are British architectural colours, extensively available.

Low-E Glass
Pilkington K Glass™ allows heat from the sun through and keep heat inside, making it easier and more cost effective to keep buildings warm. Recognised by the Energy Saving Trust as a significantly effective measure for achieving energy efficiency hence savings on fuel bills.

Self-cleaning glass has been long described as an impossible dream. Now Pilkington Activ™ Self-Cleaning Glass makes this dream a reality.
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Safety glass speaks for itself. All our safety glass range meets with the latest government standards here in the UK
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