South London Windows offer a range of beautiful timber tilt and turn windows, combining the practicality and versatility of tilt-and-turn technology, with the warm, traditional aesthetic of wood.
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.
Here at South London Windows, we offer a complete supply and installation service on wooden framed tilt-and-turns, serving the South London boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Kingston upon Thames, Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth. But we are delighted to deliver our services to homeowners across London, and beyond.
Get in touch with Osborn Glass to learn more about our timber-framed tilt-and-turn windows.