Typically seen more in Europe, tilt and turn windows are great for creating ventilation in your home without needing to open your windows fully. Available in timber, aluminium and alu-clad, these windows are great for both traditional and contemporary homes, and when you purchase your bespoke windows from us at Kloeber, you can happily choose to match or contrast your home’s exterior and interior materials.

Of course, before you make such a decision, we know you’re probably going to want to know more about what size our tilt and turn windows come in, and whether there are any standard sizes or maximum and minimum heights and widths.

What size do tilt and turn windows come in?

As we are specialists in bespoke windows and doors, the size in which our tilt and turn windows come in is custom to your self-build, home renovation or improvement projects needs – there are no standard sizes. Before you go ahead and decide whether these are the right windows for your project, there are some maximum and minimum heights and widths that you should probably be aware of.

What are the minimum and maximum sizes?

There are different minimum and maximum sizes for each of our material options so the material you choose may depend on the size you need.

Our timber tilt and turn windows are available in a minimum width of 400mm and a maximum width of 1,400mm. The minimum height is 500mm and the maximum height is 2,470mm.

Our aluminium tilt and turn windows are available in a minimum width of 540mm and a maximum width of 1,400mm. The minimum height is 620mm and the maximum height is 2,385mm.

Our alu-clad tilt and turn windows are available in a minimum width of 580mm and a maximum width of 1,000mm. The minimum height is 600mm and the maximum height is 2,250mm.

Now you know what sizes our tilt and turn windows are available in, you might have other unanswered questions so why not read our other FAQs:

One of our team will be happy to answer your questions. They love talking through self-build, home renovation and improvement projects, especially if you’re struggling to pick which style of doors and windows would look best, and what material or colour you should choose – contact them!

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