Tilt & Turn Windows deliver the functionality & clean lines you’d like from new windows, with the energy efficiency & security you’d expect. Years of experience has been applied to develop a window design that opens in two different ways while also making cleaning as simple as its operation.

Tilt and turn windows from Clydebuilt

Tilt and turn are a popular style of window that has been around for decades. Versatile, practical, and incredibly stylish, you will get a wide range of benefits if you choose tilt and turn windows in Scotland from Clydebuilt Home Improvements.

Enhancing any home both aesthetically and functionally, tilt and turn windows are a particularly good option for families with small children. This is thanks to their unique opening and closing systems that allow you to effectively ventilate your property without having to worry about your little ones getting their fingers trapped or trying to climb out.

So, if you’re looking for modern tilt and turn windows that maximise safety, security, and performance, without compromising on style and design, Clydebuilt can help.


Windows tailored to your requirements

Your tilt and turn windows can be specifically designed to fit with your wants and needs. You will have several design options available to you when choosing the right tilt and turn windows for your home. From tilt and turn double glazed windows to tilt and turn casement or sash windows, you can find a style that will suit your property best. All of the above options can work for traditional and contemporary homes, orangeries, and conservatories.

Added extras

There are multiple added extras available to truly make your tilt and turn windows your own. For example, our modern handles provide flawless operation and are available in a selection of colours to match the style of your home. Also, you can make decisions on bay configuration and window sills and boards for extra personalisation.

Some Stunning Colours

A beautiful range of colours and stains, including uPVC woodgrain finishes, which look like real wood, but without the maintenance. Plus, dual colours with white inside and a second shade on the exterior, in-keeping with both the character of your property and inside décor.

With Some Key Features.

  • Opens inwards in 2 ways
  • Opens fully inwards for easy cleaning
  • Minimises outdoor noise
  • Low maintenance
Anthracite Grey

Anthracite Grey

Basalt Grey

Basalt Grey

Agate Grey

Agate Grey

Pebble Grey

Pebble Grey

Silver Grey

Silver Grey

Chartwell Green

Chartwell Green

Slate Grey

Slate Grey

Beck Brown

Beck Brown

Light Oak

Light Oak

Golden Oak

Golden Oak


Standard Cream


Rosewood Grain


Standard White

Our Accreditations

We take quality seriously, so we’re proud that our standards are endorsed by all the relevant industry bodies and glazing associations. MORE ABOUT ACCREDITATIONS

The Clydebuilt Process

From manufacturing, fabricating, designing and installing we put quality at the centre of your whole experience from start to finish

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We design every window and door to make your house a home

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We ensure that the measurements and styles are confirmed

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Our accredited installers install leaving your home as they found it

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Once complete and satisfied you will receive your guarantee

Tilt & Turn Windows FAQs

Tilt & turn windows have a single handle to give you two versatile window positions. Turn the handle 180 degrees to tilt the window inwards to allow ventilation through the top of the window – providing airflow even when it is raining – or turn the handle 90 degrees to fully open the side hinge for cleaning, extra ventilation or as an emergency escape route.

Tilts for secure ventilation

The window works by tilting inwards from the bottom hinges, providing you with simple and safe ventilation in your home. You can alter the opening with a choice of four different ventilation positions, which are all kept in place with a tilt restrictor. This ensures the security of your home is never left vulnerable.

Wide opening for easy cleaning

Tilt and turn windows are ideal for easy maintenance because the window can open inwards from the side hinges. This means you can clean the outside from inside your home. In particular this is useful when windows are above the ground floor as no leaning out or ladders are needed. As well as this the wide opening means the window can be used as an emergency exit which is an important feature.

Better air seals

The performance of a tilt and turn window is one of the less well-known ways that it is superior to the competition. Higher quality air seals create a tighter seal and lead to an air-tight window. Tilt and turn windows usually have better air-seals than sliding, single hung, or double hung window frames.

As a result, they are less prone to leaking water and cold draughts, and you will be able to keep more of your heating indoors where it should be. Windows that are well insulated should mean you won’t have to use as much heating and therefore you will save money on your energy bills.

Perfect for small spaces

The flexibility of tilt and turn windows means that if you want to be able to open a window in a smaller room for ventilation (like a bathroom) you can do it without having a big window swinging back into the room.

Tilt and turn windows open inwards for improved ventilation & safety. It also allows for easy cleaning of your windows from inside your home, without having to lean out of the window.
Tilt & turn windows are considered more secure than other window styles due to the window able to move in two directions and its robust hardware & multiple locking points. The hinges of the window swing inwards; this means the window cannot be pulled open from the outside. In the tilt position, the window can remain locked in place slightly open, making it difficult to force it open.

Tilt and turn windows open inwards to enable flexible ventilation. With this style, you don’t have to have the window completely open to let air into your home. Slightly opening it, tilting into the room, gives you the required airflow but with the added benefit of security. Also, you can have the window open when it is raining without the risk of rain getting into your property.

If you live in a listed building you might find that you are unable to make changes that will adjust the exterior look and fabric of the building. It is important to check with your local authority before getting tilt and turn windows in Scotland to prevent any expensive mistakes.

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