Tilt & Turn Windows
If our eyes are the windows to our souls, then the eyes of our homes are the what let in the beauty of the outside world. When building a new home, we pay just as much attention to how the landscape around us looks as we do to choosing the color for our carpets. Or if we only have a small yard, we spend time and effort in making it look beautiful with handpicked flowers and plants. That’s why it is just as important to think about the view from inside the house as it is to choose a window that is esthetically pleasing from the outside.
While making this choice for a home there are many things to take into consideration. We can all agree that we want a window that is well insulated, easy to care for, and lovely to look at. Our choices are not confined to the basic sash or casement types any longer. Though both serve their purpose, they also have their limits.
Now we can choose ones that has a variety of movement, unlike the sash that has a stationary section and a sliding section. The Tilt and Turn Window is hinged at the side and at the bottom. It can be tilted, or it can swing in. Being made to tilt and turn give you more options. Depending on how the handle is positioned, you choose the arrangement.
Why is this such a benefit? This allow you to adjust for breeze control. We all know the wind moves around, so should our windows. You set the placement and can adjust accordingly. We have all put off cleaning our windows on the outside because it means dealing with ladders, buckets, hoses, and waiting for nice weather. With this style of window, you just tilt or turn them into the home for ease of cleaning. Best of all, your view to the outside in unhindered. No vertical or horizontal line cutting your window in half. This makes for a larger viewing space. Now you have an undivided view.
So whether you are building new home or remodeling an older home, think about your options and make a choice that best suits your needs. If you need help deciding or have more questions why not contact the experts at hunterpro.ca.