Casement / Tile & Turn / Flat / Bay Windows
Flush Casement Window
A ‘Flush Casement window’ describes how the opening window (or vent) sits flat with the frame when closed, creating a good looking, traditional style window which resembles timber with all the benefits of a UPVC window.
Tilt and turn window
Rationel tilt and turn windows are inward opening, and function in two ways. The tilt function opens the top of the sash by approximately 10cm, allowing fresh air to ventilate the room. The turning function allows for them to be opened inwardly, hinging from the side.
A bay window's overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. A bow window's structure is curved, creating a rounded appearance on the outside of the home. (These bow windows are usually referred to as a "four-lite bow" or a "five-lite bow.")