The high-performance and multi-functional use of our tilt and turn windows is what has made them so popular with Cirencester homeowners, being installed in both old and new properties alike. Our tilt and turn windows open in two ways; if you choose to open the window top to bottom, you can let fresh air flow into your home without compromising the security of your property. If you open the window from the side for greater air circulation, you’ll find you can clean your window easily.
The modern uPVC profile we manufacture our tilt and turn windows with has been designed to increase the heat retention of your Cirencester home. The multi-chambered design helps to trap in pockets of warm air and alongside the double glazing within the window, will keep your home at a warm comfortable temperature year-round. The larger glazing area of the window allows for more natural light can flood into your home, so you can enjoy the warmth that will come with it. Over time you may find that you rely less on your central heating to stay warm, which will not only save you money on your energy bills but reduce your home’s carbon footprint.
The tilt and turn window has been designed to keep the Cirencester homeowner feeling safe within their own home. Our window has been manufactured using premium grade materials, with modern engineering capturing an impressive degree of structural integrity. Our windows are fitted with secure locks as standard and internally glazed so the window cannot be removed from the outside. This means you can enjoy ventilating your property without worrying that somebody will break into your home.
Our tilt and turn windows have been manufactured to match our range of uPVC casement windows. This means that you can mix and match the functions of your Cirencester home’s windows but still maintain a seamless look. With the window available in the same colours and glazing options, you can make your home the envy of the neighbourhood.
Our tilt and turn windows are manufactured under BS7412 and BS7413 to offer the Cirencester customer a certified standard of quality and performance. Because of this, you can expect a worthwhile investment for your home and benefit from leading standards of thermal efficiency, security, durability, appearance, performance and weatherproofing. Once installed in your home, these windows will help to protect your Stroud home against the harsh wind and rain and won’t bow, warp, crack or twist out of shape.
To further customise your tilt and turn windows, our Cirencester customers can choose their glazing for their windows. We offer a range of different styles to suit your home, including frosted and ornate glass options that allow you to control the amount of natural light that will flood into your home.
When buying a new double glazing product, whether it be a tilt and turn window or other product, you want it to be long-lasting. We echo this sentiment, which is why we issue our customers with a 10-year guarantee on parts and labour in all our windows and conservatories. This guarantee is covered by insurance, so if we cease trading, your guarantee will remain valid. Our insurance policies are administered by the Independent Warranty Association.
We appreciate that any improvements to your Cirencester home can be quite costly. That’s why we offer three different payment options to our customers. They are:
If you would like to upgrade your Cirencester home through the installation of a new tilt and turn window or another double glazing product, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our team can be contacted on 01452 857 057 or you can fill out our online contact form and one of our team will contact you.
If you already know what colour tilt and turn window you want for your property, then you can fill out our online quote. This bespoke quote will give you a rough estimate of how much our services will cost you with no obligation to book.
For those who would rather see our double glazing product range face-to-face, then why not visit our showroom. We are currently based at Staverton Technology Park, Gloucester Road, Stroud.