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Tilt and Turn Windows

Superior by design, tilt and turn window systems are engineered to perform better than other types of windows. And when you add high-quality components, expertise in manufacturing and a robust quality assurance process, the result is an advanced European window system with remarkable performance and durability.

Innotech tilt and turn windows achieve exceptional energy efficiency, air tightness, water resistance and sound control. Innovative and easy to operate European-style windows also provide excellent natural ventilation, high levels of security and are conveniently easy to clean.

Tilt Turn Window Sequence

Tilt and Turn Window Advantage

The dual action tilt and turn operation isn’t just another way to open and close your windows. It’s an engineered system that allows for larger operable (tilt and turn) windows that are designed to provide better protection against air, water and sound for many decades. + Learn more

Hybrid Framing System

Innotech tilt and turn windows are made with our innovative Hybrid Framing System. The Hybrid Framing System features several integrated technologies that work together to create an advanced architectural window system: multi-chamber design, European PVC profiles reinforced with galvanized steel and multipoint locking hardware. + Learn more

Defender Hardware System

One of the features of tilt and turn windows that contributes to their superior performance is our Defender Hardware System. The Defender Hardware System features durable multipoint locking hardware, steel reinforcement and welded frame and sash construction. These features work together to provide superior air, water and security. + Learn more

Flexible Design

Tilt and turn windows can be designed to suit your building style. From a single large tilt and turn window, French tilt and turn windows, tilt and turn windows combined with picture windows, to tilt and turn windows with or without mullions or grids, their flexibility allows architects to design every window to be a perfect fit for every space. Tilt and turn windows can also be manufactured in many shapes: square, rectangle (vertical or horizontal), small or expansive – it’s up to you!

Made in Canada

That’s right! All of our windows and doors are manufactured in Canada. That also means that Innotech windows and doors are tested and labelled for use in North American projects.

  • Triple Glazed Tilt and Turn Window

    Defender 76TS System

    The Defender 76TS is a high-performance window system engineered for performance driven projects. The Defender 76TS is available in numerous colour finishes with double or triple glazing.

    • Oceanfront and other high wind load properties
    • Extra large window openings
    • Aggressive air, water and acoustical requirements

    Take a closer look at the Defender 76TS in the Window Anatomy.

  • Passive House Certified Window

    Defender 88PH System

    The Defender 88PH is a Passive House Institute (PHI) certified window system that delivers outstanding performance and proven durability. The Defender 88PH is available in numerous colour finishes with triple glazing.

    The Defender 88PH performance data is available for download on the Passive House Institute Components Database and the PHIUS Verified Window Performance Data Program. Learn more about the Defender 88PH here.

Product Options

All of our windows and doors are custom built for your project. Select from one of the option groups to the right to discover how to customize every window and door to achieve your desired performance, security and style.

  • Glazing

    Control your home's energy efficiency, security and more with the right glass for every space.

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  • Security

    Increase the security of your windows and doors with our integrated safety solutions.

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  • Accessibility

    Make your windows and doors easily accessible for everyone in your home.

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  • Decorative

    Personalize your windows and doors with handles, frame colours, grids and more.

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