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Wooden tilt-and-turns offer the same fantastic functionality and security as tilt-and-turns made of aluminium or uPVC but may be visually more suited to traditional or classic homes. Be aware that if you have a listed building, tilt and turns of any material may not be permitted.
Like all tilt-and-turns, timber variants give the user two opening options. They can open inwardly with the ventilation gap along the top, or they can open wide on a side hinge. The window harnesses a unique system to be able to switch openings – without any loss of security.
Inwardly top-opening wooden tilt-and-turns allow you a good degree of ventilation, without having to worry about safety – or the rain getting in.
If you need maximum ventilation in your room, you can open the window wide, like a casement window. This feature also makes it easy to clean the frame.
This versatility has seen tilt and turn windows become increasingly popular among homeowners.
When these practical benefits are combined with the look and feel of real timber, the result is the best of both worlds: a traditional look, with the latest in modern window technology.
If you’re looking for timber windows and doors that achieve the vintage style and charm we all know and love from the material while bringing modern features, security and ventilation, then look no further than our supplier Sollex. Working with contractors and installer across London and the South East, we’ve been proudly working alongside them for many-a-year.
Their 30 years in the trade has seen them install over 30,000 windows and doors of varying measurements, colours and complexities. And, they particularly excel in conservation areas, working with Grade I & II listed buildings.
They’ll match an existing design, or work with you to create something new, and their FSC certified timber comes from sustainable sources. Ask us about Sollex products today, if you want to learn more!
Bereco’s timber windows and doors are designed with performance in mind. Bereco were one of the first companies to use soft coat low ‘e’ argon filled double glazing and Secured by Design approved locking systems all incorporated into laminated defect-free engineered wooden windows and door frames. This not only improves the products appearance but its longevity and overall structural strength.
Today their standard product’s thermal rating is 40% better than the building regulations require.
Since 1966 we’ve been supplying and installing the finest windows, doors, conservatories and more to people just like you. Most of our customers are located in London, Kent and Surrey, but we are happy to supply and install our windows right across the Home Counties, East Anglia and the Southeast. Get in touch with us today with any questions, concerns or queries and we’ll be happy to help.