uPVC TILT & TURN WINDOWS
Introducing the Senergy Range of uPVC Tilt & Turn Windows, combining the benefits of a window and a door. If you’re just looking for ventilation, you turn the handle 90 degrees, which allows the sash tilt open slightly. To open wide, turn the handle a further 90 degrees and the sash opens like a door. As well as letting you make the most of warm summer days, full opening makes cleaning easy – inside and out. Like all Senator windows and doors, tilt & turn windows offer excellent security, great energy efficiency in a choice of colours, finishes and elegant designs.
Your Senator sales representative is there to help you choose the ideal styles, finishes and features for your home. Find your nearest dealership here.
AT A GLANCE
Best suited for – Ideal for many different types of installations from individual houses to high-spec apartment blocks.
Appearance –Ovolo bead profile with elegant frames.
Security – High security concealed multi-point locking mechanisms. Internally glazed for maximum security.
Durability – Strong, rigid framework with long-lasting finish.
Energy – Thermally efficient, six chamber profile and high-performance seals reduce heat loss. Overall U-value from 1.0 W/m²K to 1.3 W/m²K.
Opening Styles – Tilt and side opening for easy cleaning and ventilation. Different configurations and customised features available. The side opening function allows the window to be used as an effective fire escape.
Guarantee – Backed by Senator Windows’ Guarantee.
No two homes are the same so it’s hard to show the full extent of what we can do for you. Over the years, however, we have fitted windows and doors into every conceivable kind of house! Take a look through the gallery and you’ll get an idea of what can be achieved, then talk to your Senator Representative about how we can tailor Senator systems to your vision.
When you see a home fitted with Senator Windows, the first thing you notice is the homeowner’s choice of style, colour and finish. But there’s also a range of optional features beneath that sleek, elegant surface. You simply choose the combination of features that looks and functions best for each, individual room in your home.
ScreenLine® Integrated Blinds offer a great many benefits. To begin with, they offer the privacy, shade and protection from sunlight that you expect of a quality blind. The difference is that the blind is sandwiched between two panes of glass, protecting it from dust and weather, making it entirely maintenance-free. Excellent light and solar control characteristics mean you can vary the angle of your blinds as you want.
Whatever the location and style of your home, there is a colour and finish to suit it – 18 colours in all. And you can mix and match, with one colour on the outside and another on the inside. Likewise you can have different finishes, wood grain on the outside and smooth white on the inside, for example, giving you even more versatility and choice.
- White Woodgrain
- 7038 Grey
- 7155 Grey
- 7012 Grey
- 7015 Grey
- 7016 Grey
- 7016 Smooth Grey
- Chartwell Green
- Dark Green
- Dark Red
- Irish Oak
- Classic Oak
Every computer monitor displays colours differently and, while we have done our best to ensure that the colours shown on our website are as close to the actual product as possible, they may vary from screen to screen. The best way to experience the Senator Windows’ colour range is to visit one of our showrooms. If that’s not convenient, please contact one of our sales advisors for an appointment. They will happily go through the Senator Windows’ colour options at your home or site. While every effort is made to keep Senator Windows’ brochures, website and publicity materials up-to-date, sometimes changes are made for technical or other reasons. We therefore reserve the right to alter our products and information as new techniques, materials and systems dictate. We will endeavour to give prior notice, but this may not always be possible. The images you see on this website are indicative of what our products look like. It’s important to note, however, they are for illustration purposes and are not binding in detail, colour or specification.