JELD-WEN has the Right Moves with New Tilt & Turn Custom Windows. JELD-WEN’s energy efficient Tilt & Turn home windows take building and remodeling projects further with one-of-a-kind options, performance features.
Klamath Falls, Ore. – They tilt, turn and they have all the right moves when it comes to performance and style.
Thanks to global-inspired design, JELD-WEN’s new energy efficient Custom Wood Tilt & Turn windows deliver exceptional style flexibility along with reliability and performance. Tilt & Turn windows offer the functionality of a casement window (hinged on the side to swing inward) and the ventilation of a hopper window (hinged on the bottom to open inward at the top). Increasingly popular among U.S. homeowners for building and remodeling projects, this European home window style provides energy efficiency, enhanced security and design freedom.
With all the advantages of the Tilt & Turn style, JELD-WEN is raising the bar even higher with its new offering. JELD-WEN® Custom Wood Tilt & Turn windows can achieve a DP (design pressure) rating of 65, even for its largest size of 48” x 84”. Additionally, they are available with proprietary AuraLast wood TM, JELD-WEN solid pine wood offering known for its industry-leading warranty and protection against wood rot, termites and water saturation. They also are available with sustainable SFI® certified wood as an option.
With protective exterior aluminum clad available in 41 colors, JELD-WEN also offers a number of size, shape, design, wood, glass and grille design custom options. Functionality choices include full tilt & turn, or inswing casement or hopper style only. JELD-WEN Custom Wood Tilt & Turn windows come with a 20-year warranty and are available for both residential and commercial applications.
“This window style offers key advantages when it comes to security, thermal and structural considerations,” said Brian Hedlund, JELD-WEN product marketing manager. “We’ve taken it to the next level with unique options specifically designed to enhance reliability and performance.”