Our cleverly engineered tilt and turn windows offer multiple benefits such as: high security, low maintenance and a greater area of ventilation. A multi-point locking mechanism incorporating a shoot-bolt gives this window enhanced security. Tilt and turn windows also come with a restrictive hinge which can stop the window from fully tilting back, providing secure ventilation. The opening vent of the window will swing inwards allowing for easy access to clean the external pane of glass. Also available in a wide variety of finishes, this versatile product provides some great features that have stood the test of time. Contact us today for your free tilt and turn window quote!
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We offer a wide range of window finishes designed to offer a modern or classic look. Our white is 100% virgin meaning it will always stay white and still remains a popular choice. Coloured finishes such as grey and black continue to grow in popularity and could be the answer in providing your home with a tailored look making you the envy of all your neighbours. Not sure if we can manufacture a different colour? Ask us! We offer free advice and will provide an honest opinion if you’re considering choosing a different colour for your home.
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Acoustic glass considerably reduces outside noise, especially near busy areas such as motorways, main roads or airports. We use two varying thickness of glass, providing increased sound insulation.
Toughened glass is up to five times as strong as ordinary glass which means that it has to be hit much harder to break, If it does break, it cracks into small pieces, which are much less dangerous.
Laminated glass has the same strength as standard glazing but includes a plastic interlayer. If the glass gets broken this layer holds the whole pane in place so that there is no hole in the window and no chance intruders can enter.
If you want to keep as much heat in your home as possible triple glazed windows are the way forward. That’s not to say that double glazing isn’t effective it’s just that the additional pane of glass will help retain more heatwaves.