While windows are not the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks about bathrooms, they are still an important part of the dÃ©cor.
There are many different types of windows you can place in your bath from double hung (slider windows) to casement (awning windows) which are great to ventilate steam out of your washroom.
Tilt-turn windows are three windows in one: Depending on the handle position, they can be operated as fixed window (handle in 6 o’clock position), in-swing casement window (handle in 9 o’clock position) and tilt-in-from-the top (=’hopper’ window; handle in 12 o’clock position). Tilt-turn windows are easy to reach from the inside for cleaning and maintenance and also offer added security and draft-free ventilation.Tilt-turn windows offer distinctive European styling and have a special advantage over conventional double-hung windows: They tilt in toward the room at the top and also turn a full 180 degrees for easy cleaning. This feature also makes them excellent emergency exits. Look for a multipoint locking system; this adds security and helps keep the window tightly closed.