Liniar tilt & turn windows are available in the same ranges as our other window choices – standard or EnergyPlus.
Very much a European design, the Liniar tilt and turn window allows you to let in fresh air while also offering security.
The open in style gives great options for cleaning from within (in the turn position) and secure ventilation (in the tilt position).
Offering a greater scope for larger openings than a traditional casement window, Liniar’s tilt & turn windows are ideal for high-rise as well as low-rise applications, and thermal performance is helped by the larger panes of glass.
Perfect as a fire escape or simply to let in more fresh air, Liniar tilt & turn windows are available in both ‘tilt before turn’ or ‘turn before tilt’ options.
As with all Liniar windows, our tilt and turn windows can be fitted with standard locking, or high security fittings to meet the latest and highest security standards.
Choosing Liniar uPVC tilt & turn windows means that you no longer have to worry about draughty windows – Liniar’s distinctive, patented double-action bubble gasket, ensures an uninterrupted seal – even in the corners – also making sure your windows are leak-free and weather proof.
Available in chamfered (bevelled) or sculptured (curved) profiles, with a choice of 28mm double or 36mm triple glazing, Liniar uPVC tilt & turn windows can be internally or externally beaded.
To find out more about specific Window Energy Ratings, visit our WER Calculator.
Liniar is different
Liniar windows and doors have become synonymous with energy efficiency. The entire range of products have been created and producted at its purpose-built premises in the midlands – however, the finished products aren’t available directly from Liniar.
Using the latest technology and machinery, the lead-free uPVC frames used in Liniar products are extruded by us and then supplied nationwide to a network of trusted window manufacturers who produce the finished windows and doors to our strict designs.
Glass is then added to cater for specific glazing requirements and then either fitted by themselves or sold on to independent window installers.