Tilt & Turn Windows

Tilt & Turn Windows

Popular in Europe, tilt and turn windows is gaining popularity across North America because of its versatile three-in-one design. The window system has an inward opening casement in the turn position, a secure top-venting hopper in the tilt position and a tightly sealed picture window when closed. 

The tilt and turn window system makes custom windows sizes even easier. It  allows for larger units to be created, while still maintaining the compression seal technology for energy efficiency.  These windows are unmatched in security and have an in-swing sash for easy interior cleaning. 

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Our Process

When you know your home needs new windows or looking towards the future in your new build, Yanish Custom Exteriors should be your first call. We offer free estimates from our knowledgeable experts and installation from our excellent team. We treat your home as if it were our own. 

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Installation Services

We also provide installation services. If you already have your windows, but need them installed, we can help.

A window or door that has not been installed properly can compromise the security of your home.

Tilt & Turn Window

Lifetime Warranty

Our windows carry a lifetime warranty that is transferable to future home owners if you decide to sell. The warranty also includes lifetime glass breakage.

To register your windows, go to Minnkota Windows.


  • Three-in-one design based on European models
  • Fusion-welded for performance, strength and durability
  • Multi-chambered design insulates well, reducing heat and sound transfer
  • Unmatched security with multi-locking mechanism
  • 3 1/4″ frame
  • 1″ oa. dual pan IG thickness
  • 1 3/8″  oa. triple page IG thickness available

Compression Seal Technology

Compression seal is an element of a window or door that, under pressure, tightly seals the space between the sash (movable) and the frame (stationary) components resisting air, noise, and water infiltration; also good for thermal and acoustical performance. The seal creates a virtually air-tight barrier that inhibits air, noise and water infiltration. 

Learn more about compression seal technology by downloading our brochure.