- Tilt inwards for fresh air or 90 degrees for maximum ventilation
- Enables safe cleaning from the inside
- Energy efficient – can help reduce your heating bills
- Secure – key locking handles, internal glazing, and toughened glass
- Effective noise reduction – great for dampening external sounds
Our tilt & turn uPVC windows will let the summer in and help keep winter chills out. They can help to reduce your heating bills and keep your home warm when it’s cold outside with their energy-efficient construction.
One of our Anglian designers will visit you at home to give you expert advice on how to find the cost and energy savings you’re looking for. Fitted with energy-efficient glass as standard, you can even opt for triple glazing for additional heat-retention and noise reduction.
Your designer will also demonstrate their security features and guide you through the design and glazing choices that will give your home the style you’re looking for.
Once you’ve decided what you want, they can give you an accurate quote. Our craftsmen will then make your tilt and turn windows to your exact specifications, ensuring that they fit perfectly.
We design every window with our three values in mind
Your security is of paramount importance, so at Anglian we manufacture windows to reflect this importance. Each window is made with robust multi-chambered uPVC with welded joints for added strength against forced entry.
All our windows achieve a high energy rating, with triple glazing guaranteeing maximum performance. With recent advancements in glass technology, our windows are more energy efficient than ever, saving you money or heating bills and helping to cut carbon emissions.
All our ‘A’ rated windows provide a sound protection level of 31dB, however our ‘Safe and Sound’ range goes further for those living by busy roads, flight paths and railways.
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Home Inspiration From Anglian
There's no need to be confused about which windows to choose or get stuck for ideas about how to improve your home. We've plenty of inspiration in our "Good to be Home" online magazine, along with tips and information on everything from upcycling projects to growing your own vegetables.