Tilt and Turn Windows

Tilt and Turn win­dows offer style, ver­sa­til­i­ty and secu­ri­ty, all in a win­dow that’s beau­ti­ful­ly fin­ished. Tilt and Turn win­dows offer the same secu­ri­ty fea­tures of a stan­dard case­ment but come with a few added ben­e­fits. Tilt­ing the win­dow open allows for a large amount of ven­ti­la­tion but not large enough to enter through. This is just one of the many fea­tures that make Tilt and Turn win­dows so appealing.

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Tilt & Turn Win­dow Materials

Our Tilt and Turn Win­dows come in two main mate­ri­als. uPVC, and Alu­mini­um. uPVC is strong, durable and requires very lit­tle main­te­nance. Alu­mini­um sash win­dows offer great longevi­ty and are extreme­ly tough.

uPVC tilt and turn windows
tilt and turn aluminium windows

Weath­er you choose uPVC for a clas­sic fin­ish, or alu­mini­um for cre­at­ing a stun­ning look for mod­ern homes, buy­ing your new Tilt & Turn Win­dows from Evan­der guar­an­tees you strong, reli­able and beau­ti­ful win­dows for your entire home.


Inno­va­tion meets style

Tilt and Turn win­dows have many ben­e­fits and although suit­ed to mul­ti­ple house styles, they’re espe­cial­ly befit­ting to mod­ern homes. If you’re look­ing for ease of use and main­te­nance, then Tilt & Turns would be your ide­al choice. As you can swing open the entire win­dow pane inwards, you can clean your win­dows from inside your home with­out the need of climb­ing a ladder.

The Tilt and the Turn

Tilt and Turn win­dows are extreme­ly easy to oper­ate and due to its unique hinge mech­a­nism, can be opened one of two ways.

The Tilt - is when the top of the win­dow con­ve­nient­ly tilts inwards. This allows for excel­lent instal­la­tion but not too far as to allow any­one to gain entry.

The Turn - allows the win­dow to turn inwards at 90 degrees offer­ing an unin­ter­rupt­ed view, a suit­able fire escape and, as men­tioned above, the abil­i­ty to clean your win­dows from inside the house.

Secu­ri­ty as standard

Our Tilt and Turn win­dows come with a mul­ti-point lock­ing sys­tem as stan­dard ensur­ing a high lev­el of secu­ri­ty on all your win­dows. Whether you buy your win­dows in uPVC, tim­ber, or alu­mini­um, you are always guar­an­teed a strong and secure window.

All of the win­dows we install go through an exten­sive qual­i­ty con­trol process to make sure there are no imper­fec­tions. To read more about our ded­i­ca­tion to qual­i­ty con­trol, and the accred­i­ta­tion we’ve received, fol­low the link below.

tilt and turn window opening


Styles to suit any home

examples of tilt and turn windows


Your win­dows, your way

When it comes to the look of your new Tilt and Turn Win­dows you’ll be spoilt for choice. We have a range of tra­di­tion­al and con­tem­po­rary fin­ish­es for your new win­dows and we offer over 8 beau­ti­ful colours as stan­dard. You also have the abil­i­ty to have a two colour fin­ish with white on the inside and a sec­ond colour on the outside.

For the tru­ly unique, we also offer you the abil­i­ty to chose from any RAL colour. This gives you the abil­i­ty to match your win­dows to your exist­ing garage, win­dows or doors to ful­ly com­pli­ment the over­all look and feel of your property.

  • Dou­ble and Triple Glaz­ing available
  • Over 8 Stan­dard Colours
  • Choose from any RAL colour
  • Gold­en Oak, Rose­wood and Mahogany finishes
  • All work­man­ship cov­ered for 12 months
  • Full man­u­fac­tur­er war­ran­ty included
ral colour chart


Dou­ble and Triple Glazing

When replac­ing your win­dows or hav­ing new glaz­ing fit­ted, it’s impor­tant under­stand the dif­fer­ences between dou­ble and triple glaz­ing. They both have their own indi­vid­ual ben­e­fits, so a big fac­tor will be bud­get and indi­vid­ual pref­er­ence.

double and triple glazing options


Dif­fer­ence

Dou­ble glaz­ing is two panes of glass in a sealed frame. Triple glaz­ing, as you can guess, is two panes of glass in a sealed frame with a third in the mid­dle. With the addi­tion of an extra pane, this does increase the cost, but the addi­tion­al price can bring a lot of extra ben­e­fits and the extra paid can soon become an investment.

Insu­la­tion

Dou­ble glaz­ing offers great insu­la­tion to your home so it’s under­stand­able that triple glaz­ing offers even more. Reports have shown that upgrad­ing your win­dows from dou­ble glaz­ing to triple glaz­ing can reduce your annu­al ener­gy bill by up to 50%. This, of course, is assum­ing that the rest of your house is well insu­lat­ed too. There’s no ben­e­fit of hav­ing well-insu­lat­ed win­dows just for the heat retained to seep out an old, drafty front door.

The green­house effect”

Most home­own­ers will be famil­iar with this term. Most peo­ple feel they can con­trol the cold weath­er by get­ting bet­ter insu­la­tion, Where­as in sum­mer, typ­i­cal­ly south, south/​west fac­ing win­dows, can increase the room tem­per­a­ture to unbear­able levels.

This is where triple glaz­ing can help as it has a low­er G-Val­ue (low­er is bet­ter for glass, keeps you warm in win­ter and cool in sum­mer). Dou­ble glazing’s G-Val­ue is typ­i­cal­ly around 70% and triple glaz­ing is around 30%-50%.

Safe and Sound

Home secu­ri­ty is always a big con­cern. Two-thirds of all break in’s occur through the front door, back door or a ground floor win­dow. To have stur­dy and secure doors, only to have old ground floor, sin­gle glazed win­dows with rot­ten frames, com­plete­ly removes that lev­el of secu­ri­ty. Remem­ber that bur­glars are oppor­tunis­tic and will always look for the eas­i­est point of entry.

Dou­ble glaz­ing cre­ates a stronger win­dow and triple glaz­ing only increas­es this strength as there are three panes instead of two. Also, triple glaz­ing is extreme­ly effec­tive for noise reduc­tion mak­ing this a must if you live on a busy street or near the main road.


Ben­e­fits of using Evander

As an Evan­der cus­tomer, you can rest assured that any work we car­ry out is ful­ly guar­an­teed, no mat­ter the type of job. Each part of our busi­ness is scru­ti­nised reg­u­lar­ly by var­i­ous indus­try bod­ies and accred­i­tors, who help us to go above and beyond in cus­tomer ser­vice, job safe­ty and engi­neer skills; among oth­er things.

When you choose Evan­der, you’re choos­ing qual­i­ty, safe­ty and
pro­fes­sion­al­ism – which is exact­ly what your prop­er­ty deserves.

  • Impar­tial advice
  • All work­man­ship cov­ered for 12 months
  • DBS checked engineers
  • 5 Star Trust­pi­lot rating
  • Full man­u­fac­tur­er warranty
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energy efficient windows


Ener­gy effi­cient windows

Buy­ing a new door or new win­dows can be a daunt­ing expe­ri­ence and seem expen­sive. How­ev­er, when you start to realise how much mon­ey is wast­ed by poor ener­gy rat­ed win­dows, that expense soon turns into an invest­ment. Around 20 – 30% of the heat in your home is lost through windows.

Installing new, ener­gy effi­cient win­dows with dou­ble or triple glaz­ing will reduce this amount sig­nif­i­cant­ly, sav­ing you mon­ey and keep­ing the heat where it should be, in your home.

  • Reduce heat loss
  • Bet­ter noise insulation
  • Low­er month­ly ener­gy bills


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