Tilt and Turn Windows
Timber tilt and turn windows are a popular choice across Europe and are now gaining in popularity among homeowners, designers, and architects in the UK. The increase in popularity is due to their functionality and easy maintenance from inside the property.
Schnauber bespoke timber tilt and turn windows are known for their high-quality water tightness, thermal insulation, sound insulation and security features.
At Schnauber, we perform due diligence in selecting the best species of timber that can withstand any harsh weather condition. We combine technology with traditional aesthetics to produce bespoke timber tilt and turn windows with perfect air-seals and thermal insulations. The combination of our technology, experience and resources means we can help you to customise your timber tilt and turn windows to suit your needs.
Our bespoke timber tilt and turn windows come with the finest German selection of handles and multi-point locking systems expertly designed to ensure your bespoke timber tilt and turn windows last. We also use a wide range of modern colours, double or triple glazing, CLT or LVL laminate materials to control the ‘u’ factor and to offer your property lots of ventilation.
A tilt and turn window works well in atriums and areas requiring large amounts of glazing.
In buildings over three storeys where specialist cleaning equipment would be required.
If you are looking for a timber window that is easy to operate.
If you require high levels of ventilation in your home.
If you want to maximise light.
The nature of the operation of the tilt and turn window ensures high levels of security. The window can be tilted from the bottom allowing secure ventilation.
If you have young children the nature of the opening mechanism of the windows means that they are child and elderly friendly. For additional peace of mind child locks can also be installed.
Excellent ‘U’ value of 1.2 W/m² available from double glazing or choose triple glazing to enhance the ‘U’ Value up to 0.79.
We use the latest German locking system to ensure the security and integrity of your tilt and turn wooden windows.
For a specific durability and aesthetic performance, hardwoods such as Oak can be specified. Typically however a treated softwood such as Scandinavian Redwood or Larch is selected and can often be just as durable. Both soft and hardwood varieties can be finished using a range of finishes including stains, varnish and paints matched to your exact colour requirements.
All Schnuaber timber windows are pre-treated with a non-toxic wood preservative which ensures that maintenance is kept to a minimum. Your wooden tilt and turn windows will require some level of maintenance every 5-10 years. Following regular maintenance, the product should have a life span of 60+ years.
If ease of maintenance is a primary requirement, such as in apartments or office blocks, tilt and turn windows are an ideal solution.
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Skills not just confined to joinery
Mr Kempski’s handsome end of terrace house in the Cambridge suburb of Newnham was in need of some tender loving care when it came to the timber windows. The Edwardian single pane sash windows had been installed many years previously and were starting to show...More about the project
The proof of the pudding…
Mr Lowe contacted Schnauber after several neighbours in his Cambridgeshire village of Haddenham recommended the company as specialists in the installation of timber windows. Mr Lowe had a requirement for sash windows to resolve issues that had occurred with timber windows that had been previously...More about the project
Very impressed with the final finishes
A 1930s property in the centre of Cambridge was returned to its former glory with the replacement of ill-fitting UPVC widows with a range of timber casement windows. The offending windows were already in place when Mr Jackson purchased his 1930s property. Whilst he knew...More about the project
High level of adaptability applauded
When your parents are architects and basically “in the business” there is no shortage of expertise and advice on hand to ensure that you make the right decision when it comes to choosing a supplier for your replacement windows and door. Mr & Mrs Thompson’s...More about the project
Truly impressive work ethic…
Mr Strange owns a Victorian terrace property in the historic Suffolk town of Bury St Edmunds. When he purchased the house it had been unsympathetically modernised over a number of years and the original heritage of the property was a dim and distant memory. The...More about the project
Improved security is a nearly always a factor in the decision making process for our customers. This was definitely the case for Mr Shear, who owns a 1930s property in London. Mr Shear had placed steel bars on his windows due to the level of...More about the project