Tilt and Turn Windows

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Inspired by Scandinavian design, tilt and turn windows have a hinge mechanism that allows the window to open in two ways. Tilt the window from the bottom for ventilation or turn for the window to fully open it inwards. This cleverly designed hinge mechanism makes uPVC tilt and turn windows great for ventilation and fresh air, while the inward opening also helps make better use of your outdoor space or even balcony.

Ideal for conservatories, orangeries, extensions, balconies and terraced houses, our tilt and turn windows are available in a range of colours and finishes to suit your home. The easy-to-clean design comes in double or triple glazing, with higher A energy rating available.

Tilt & Turn Colour Options

Choose from our stunning collection of single and dual colour tilt and turn frame options, including faux wood effect finishes. Dual-colour tilt and turn windows come with the colour of your choice on the outside and white frames on the inside.

  • White Knight colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursWhite Knight
  • Golden Oak colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursGolden Oak
  • Dark Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDark Woodgrain
  • White Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursWhite Woodgrain
  • Dual Anthracite Grey colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDual Anthracite Grey
  • Dual Cream colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDual Cream
  • Dual Dark Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDual Dark Woodgrain
  • Dual Golden Oak colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDual Golden Oak
  • Dual Sage Green colour swatch from the Anglian window coloursDual Sage Green
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Why Choose Tilt and Turn Windows

  1. Easy to clean

    A big benefit of uPVC tilt and turn windows is how easy they are to clean. Simply tilt the window open and clean the inside and outside without the use of a ladder or the danger of leaning out of the window

  2. Double and Triple Glazing

    Our uPVC tilt and turn windows come with double-glazing as standard, but if you’d like to maximise heat retention and reflect more heat from the sun in the summer months, then our triple glazed tilt and turn windows in white come with an A-energy rating.

  3. Child-safe Design

    uPVC tilt and turn windows are a good choice for family homes with small children. Our tilt and turn window handles have a ‘safe handle’ option, which locks the handle securely when tilted inwards, preventing them from being pushed open further.

  4. Secured by Design

    Our double glazed tilt and turn windows carry the Secured by Design accreditation. This means they are designed to withstand forced entry attempts and protect against break-ins. Internal glazing and beading is fitted to the inside of the window, which means the glass cannot be removed from the outside. They also fully open so you can use them as an emergency escape in the event of a fire.

  5. Ideal for Small Spaces

    uPVC tilt and turn windows are a good choice for small spaces as they can open inwards. This makes them ideal for balconies and outdoor spaces where alternatives such as French doors would take up precious outdoor space.

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Why choose Anglian

Practical Features

Anglian tilt and turn windows are designed with security and practicality in equal measure. Made from toughened glass accredited by the British Standards Institute (BSI), tilt and turn windows are made from uPVC, our most durable window material. It’s also the easiest to look after and an affordable material that may help improve the resale value of your home.

Made in Britain

Assembled from start to finish in our Norwich factory by British craftspeople, every tilt and turn window is designed to fit your home. We’re proud supporters of sustainable British manufacturing and you’ll find the Made in Britain marque of quality on all our products. We’re committed to excellence and are leading members of the Glass and Glazing Federation, FENSA and Trustmark.

Window Glass Options

Choose from our huge range of uPVC tilt and turn window designs, colours, finishes, handles and decorative glass options. Decorative glass options for our double and triple-glazed tilt and turn windows are made by hand in our UK factory. Choose from our plain, decorative or obscured glass options, or design your own. If you can imagine it, we can almost certainly create it.

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Tilt and Turn Window FAQs

How do tilt and turn windows work?

Tilt and turn windows have a mechanical hinge that opens on two axes. There’s a single handle that you use to tilt the window open from the top to let in a light breeze or turn the handle to open the whole window from the side as a doorway or for easy cleaning.

What is a tilt and turn window?

Tilt and turn windows have a single handle, but give you two versatile window positions. Turn the handle 180 degrees to tilt the window inwards to allow ventilation through the top of the window, which provides airflow even when it is raining. Or turn the handle 90 degrees to fully open the side hinge more like a doorway for cleaning, extra ventilation or as an emergency escape route.

Can tilt and turn windows open outwards?
uPVC tilt and turn windows open inwards for improved ventilation and safety. This also makes it easier to clean the windows from the inside of your home, without having to lean out of the window.
Are tilt and turn windows secure?
Tilt and turn windows are often considered more secure than other window styles because for the window to move in two directions, it requires a robust handle, hinges and multiple locking points. As the hinges of the window swing inwards, this means the window cannot be pulled open from the outside. In the tilt position, the window can be locked in place while slightly open, which makes it difficult to force open.
Are tilt and turn windows more expensive?
While uPVC is considered a cost-effective material, tilt and turn windows are made to fit your home so prices can vary depending on your specific requirements. The dual-operating mechanism that uPVC tilt and turn windows have is more complex, so quotations can be more expensive than a standard uPVC casement window.

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