Marvin Tilt Turn and Hopper Windows

Marvin Tilt Turn and Hopper windows are like casement windows. However, Tilt Turn and Hopper windows tilt into the home to open. These windows look seamless in contemporary, rustic or modern- style homes, and tilt open at the top or swing open like a door. Tilt Turn and Hopper windows are considered European-style, and bring both style and function to a space.

Hopper Windows

Hopper windows are operated with a crank or a handle. They are hinged at the bottom and tilt into the home. This small opening provides excellent fall protection. The top-side venting efficiently clears hot air, and its style offers a distinctive architectural aesthetic.

Tilt turn windows

Tilt Turn windows have a European influence, and offer wide, unobstructed views. A Tilt Turn window can either tilt in like a hopper window or swing in like a door. When the window is tilted in, it provides ventilation but also prevents items from blowing off tables and countertops. When the window is swung open, it can capture even the slightest breeze. Tilt Turn windows also create a large opening to use in case of an emergency.

Benefits of Tilt Turn and Hopper windows:

  • Option to tilt open or swing open
  • Great ventilation
  • One handle for easy and accessible operation
  • Unique style that adds character to any room
  • Various sizes available to suit your space
  • Large window surface area to allow more natural light inside
  • Easy access to the outside that can serve as an egress emergency exit
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Types of Marvin Tilt & Turn Windows

Marvin Signature™ Ultimate Hopper 

The Marvin Signature™ Ultimate Hopper window has bottom-hinged, tilt-in functionality. It can allow fresh air or light to come in, and is an excellent complement for a a non-operating window.

Marvin Signature™ Ultimate Tilt Turn

The Marvin Signature™ Ultimate Tilt Turn window can swing in like a door, or tilt open at the top to provide ventilation. It is ideal for providing fresh air or exterior access.

Design Considerations

Materials
Wood material for windows and doors
Wood
Steel material for windows and doors
Steel
Aluminum material for windows and doors
Aluminum
Fiberglass material for windows and doors
Fiberglass
Wood & Fiberglass material for windows and doors
Wood & Fiberglass
Grid Options for Tilt & Turn Windows
Authentic divided lite grid option
Authentic Divided Lite (ADL)

An original style window with separate pieces of glass glazed between dividing muntin bars

Simulated divided lite (SDL)
Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)

Energy efficient method to achieve the ADL appearance. Bars are permanently adhered to both sides of the glass

Grilles-Between-the-Glass
Grilles-Between-the-Glass

Grilles are permanently installed between the glass panes for a smooth exterior, low maintenance and easier cleaning. Choose from numerous grille patterns for the style you want

Screens for Marvin Tilt & Turn Windows

Multiple screen options can keep insects and debris from entering your home. A standard mesh screen with an aluminum surround is available in multiple colors and finishes finishes to achieve your desired look.

Bright bronze wire screen mesh

Bright - Bronze

Bright aluminum wire screen mesh

Bright - Aluminum

Black aluminum wire screen mesh

Black - Aluminum

Charcoal aluminum wire screen

Charcoal - Aluminum

Charcoal fiberglass screen mesh

Charcoal - Fiberglass

Charcoal high transparency screen mesh

Charcoal - High Transparency

Glass
Dual pane window

Dual Pane

Tripane window diagram

Triple Pane

Low-E Coatings Stacked

Low-E Coating
The Low E coating is specially designed to take advantage of the angle of the winter and summer sun. The sun’s rays are absorbed in the cooler months to keep your home warmer and reflected in the summer to keep your home cooler.

Decorative Glass
Frosted glass
Frosted
Glue chip glass
Glue Chip
Obscure glass
Obscure
Rain glass
Rain
Sandblasted glass
Sandblasted
Grooved glass
Grooved
Beveled glass
Beveled Sound Abatement
Tempered Glass
Tempered glass in bathroom

Tempered Glass is often used in bathrooms for safety reasons. The panels are heated and then cooled rapidly in a controlled environment, making the glass several times stronger than regular glass.

Tempered glass in a bathroom

Tempered Glass is ideal for use over bathtubs and in showers where if glass were to shatter, it will break into small pieces so as not to harm any occupants. Tempered glass is used in cars for the same reason.

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