Shutters for tilt and turn windows
A tilt and turn window is a window that you can leave ajar at the top, or open fully, along its vertical axis. These windows can be perfectly combined with shutters. How do you do that, we hear you ask. For JASNO shutters, a tilt and turn window represents no problems!
Select from the two options for installing your shutters:
Shutters on the tilt and turn window
By fitting the shutters on the tilt and turn window itself, the window can always be fully tilted and turned (to a slightly limited extent). We can offer a flat window handle so that you can hide the window handle behind the shutter.
We can also extend the handle of your tilt and turn window so that the shutter precisely fits the window frame, with no cutaway section. You can see it on the picture here on the right.
Shutters in front of a tilt and turn window
The other possibility is installing shutters in front of the tilt and turn window.
If the recess (the section of the wall that runs perpendicular to the window) is deep enough, the shutters can also be installed in front of a tilt and turn window. The advantage here is that the window can be tilted open while the shutters are closed, or you can slide the shutter to one side, so you can turn the entire window open.
Want to know more? You can find a local dealer.