uPVC Tilt and turn doors work very much like their window counterpart: they either tilt open at the top or swing open on either side. When the tilt and turn door is used in the tilt inward at the top function, or the ventilation position, you can enjoy a fresh breeze and natural ventilation without compromising the security of your home. When the door is used in the turn inward function, it acts as a standard swing door to allow access inside and outside your home. Both, tilt and turn functions are activated by turning the handle at 90 deg (when used in turn) or 180 deg (when used in tilt).
While the uPVC tilt and turn doors provide the standard function of allowing access inside and outside the house, they also expand the functionality of a typical door to allow ventilation without the risk of anyone (or anything) gaining unwanted entry to your home. In addition, these doors are considered more secure than traditional doors because they use a multi-point locking system, rather than depending solely on one locking point located near the door handle.
When you opt for uPVC tilt and turn doors, you gain the benefits of durability, flexibility, low maintenance and energy efficiency that contributes to power savings over time, excellent noise reduction and a very pleasant and practical all-round feature for your home. These doors are a great option for locations where there’s no other window or any other source for ventilation available.
uPVC Tilt and Turn Doors work extremely well for the Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney areas and are available in many different combinations of designs and attractive colours to further enhance the beauty of your home. When choosing your uPVC Tilt and Turn Doors, remember to ask our highly professional and knowledgeable staff about the accessories and flyscreens available that will allow you to maximise the benefits beyond just the additional functionality they provide.
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