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© 2018 Home Quest Home Improvements Limited. Unit 21/22 Castle Street, Ellon AB41 9RF

Home Quest Home Impovements Limited is a company registered in Scotland (SC444162). VAT No. 159 1789 64

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TILT AND TURN WINDOWS

Improve the appearance, energy efficiency and security of your home

The flexible way to bring light and air into your home

Having a home with plenty of natural light is a wonderful thing, but keeping those windows looking fresh and bright can be a bit of a pain. Tilt and turn windows let as much light into your home as possible and make cleaning a straightforward, stress-free task. The innovative tilt and turn mechanism offers wide side opening or a top-fixed opening for ventilation. That means you can maximise airflow when the weather’s fine, and control it when it’s not.

A popular choice that can be tailored to suit

Tilt & Turn windows offer lots of flexibility for the modern home, one of the reasons they are becoming so popular. As every one of our windows is made individually, we can match your windows to your exact specifications. That doesn’t just go for size, but colour and finish too. We have lots of options for you to chose from to ensure you get exactly the right product for your home.

Tilt and Turn and Reversible windows

Just like a Rubik’s cube that can be turned first in one direction and then another, tilt and turn windows appear at first glance to defy the laws of physics.

On closer inspection, however, you can see the ingenious engineering that allows them to be opened fully like a side hinged casement window – ideal for cleaning the outer glass on first floor windows if you’re not comfortable up a ladder - or tilted inwards on a bottom set of hinges for safe, secure nighttime ventilation in kids’ bedrooms.

Tilt and turn windows are ideal if you’re after that uncluttered, modern look to your home. With no glazing bars or mullions to block the view, they’re a great way to showcase a back garden and bring the maximum amount of light into your home through a given window space.

Colours to suit you

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