Tilt and Turn Windows

Ideal for conservatories, orangeries, extensions, balconies and terraced houses, our tilt and turn windows are available in a range of colours and finishes.

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White Knight uPVC tilt and turn window with Georgian bars

Colour options

White Knight colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
White Knight
Golden Oak colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Golden Oak
Dark Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dark Woodgrain
White Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
White Woodgrain
Dual Anthracite Grey colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dual Anthracite Grey
Dual Cream colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dual Cream
Dual Dark Woodgrain colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dual Dark Woodgrain
Dual Golden Oak colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dual Golden Oak
Dual Sage Green colour swatch from the Anglian window colours
Dual Sage Green
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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 balcony.

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.

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 obscure glass options, or design your own.

uPVC tilt and turn windows are BFRC-certified and B-rated as standard in double glazing, or up to A-rated with triple glazing, depending on the frame colour you choose.

Our triple-glazed tilt and turn windows achieve a 1.1 U-Value. The higher the U-Value, the better the window is at retaining heat. We suggest mixing and matching between double and triple glazing to maximise heat retention and reflect more heat from the sun in the summer months.

Made from uPVC, 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. Tilt and turn windows also fully open so you can use them as an emergency escape in the event of a fire.

Tilt and turn window security features:

  • Key locking handles with high-security steel shoot bolt locks as standard.
  • Multi-chambered uPVC construction with welded joints for added strength.
  • Optional ‘safe handles’ which lock the handle securely when tilted inwards, preventing them from being pushed open further.
  • Optional face fit restrictor, which limits the turn position but does not limit the tilt position. It lockable as standard and when locked it automatically engages.
  • Internal glazing and beading so glass cannot be removed from the outside.
  • Where legally required, the window glass is laminated, making it shatter-resistant to provide extra protection against break-ins.

Our 10-year guarantees are insurance-backed, so they remain valid until they run out. Not every window manufacturer offers this, so be sure you do your research. Under the terms of the guarantee, you are covered for the cost of a partial or complete repair of your windows.

  • 10-year guarantee on frames, parts and labour.
  • 15-year guarantee on the sealed glass unit. The sealed unit is covered in the event of a ‘blow out’, where condensation appears between the panes of glass.
  • 10-year guarantee on all hardware, including handles and hinges.

Accreditations

  • A BBA certificate on our White Knight uPVC tilt and turn windows means they meet or exceed building regulations and can last more than 35 years with regular care.
  • Secured by Design approved: our tilt and turn windows are accredited as Secured by Design, meaning they provide enhanced security performance.
  • FENSA and Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) accredited, which ensures our tilt and turn windows are installed to meet the latest building regulations.

A versatile and popular choice for homeowners, tilt and turn windows are available in a variety of frame sizes. When choosing the frame size, it’s important to consider the size of the opening, the amount of natural light you want to let in and the style of your home. As houses vary so much in design and age, your tilt and turn window quote is made to measure for your home.

Here is a general guide to our overall tilt and turn window frame sizes:
  • Min height 205mm
  • Min width 205mm
  • Max height overall frame 3000m
  • Max width overall frame 3000m

Start your project today and enjoy the benefits that new windows can offer. Spread the cost of your tilt and turn windows with a low deposit of just £249 (12.9% APR) subject to affordability, status and lending criteria.

Buy tilt and turn uPVC windows from as little as £106.98 per month spread over 96 months:

Window & Door Shawbrook Representative Example – 96 Months:
Contract price £6,787
Deposit £249
Amount of credit £6,538
Interest rate 12.2% per annum fixed

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Our uPVC Tilt and Turn Windows are Made in the UK

Our uPVC tilt and turn windows are made to order in our Norwich factory. Every part of your window is manufactured in the UK, with strict quality control checks at each stage of the process. Our windows carry the BSI Kitemark, meeting some of the highest industry standards. Once completed, we ship your order to your local team for installation. We recycle your old windows where possible at our recycling centre at our Norwich factory.

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uPVC Conservatory with Tilt & Turn Windows in dual Anthracite Grey and White

“We went with Anglian because they had a good reputation. The design consultant had all the time in the world for us, explained everything in detail and recommended colours. Service and installation were excellent all the way through – the Anglian team were a pleasure to have here, very happy. Love it.”
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How do tilt and turn windows work?

Tilt and turn window handles work in two ways: either tilted inwards from the bottom by turning the handle 180 degrees, or turned inwards like a door on side hinges by turning the handle 90 degrees.

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, they have a robust handle, hinges and a multi-point locking system. As the window is hinged to open inwards, this means the window cannot be pulled open from the outside.

Are tilt and turn windows expensive?

Because of their more complex mechanism and design, tilt and turn windows are typically more expensive than other types of windows, such as casement windows. The full price of your modern tilt and turn window depends on size, colour, glazing and supplier.

Can tilt and turn windows open outwards?

Because of their hinge mechanism, tilt and turn windows are not designed to open outwards. They open inwards, either by tilting them inwards from the bottom or by turning inwards like a door.

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