Wittmont's Mullaloo design for the common awning window, also known as the top-hung sash, offers an attractive design solution when a window is wider than it is high. Another classic use of the awning-type window appears in bathrooms, set high in the wall or above a fixed window of obscured glass. These functional windows provide ventilation for the bathroom whilst maintaining privacy and security.
The Nova range of contemporary style windows combine the consistently high quality finish of Wittmont's joinery and hardware with the elegance of a simpler section. The innovation of setting the functionality and high performance of Wittmont's designs within a reduced, simplified sash and frame has resulted in a clean style suitable for modern homes.
Call our showroom to enquire about the Nova range of awning and casement windows for your home or building project: 9248 2011.
The Sorrento range of casement windows seals against weather all year around and is combined with the best in hardware for smooth operation. The exclusive Wittmont weather-seal system ensures peace of mind, protecting your floors and building from water damage no matter what the conditions.
To keep out the bugs, flyscreens can be incorporated into the design. Easily removed for cleaning, flyscreens remainin in-situ when opening and closing the window due to Wittmont's concealed winders. Locks are also available if required.
Common in Europe, the tilt & turn window is now available in WA thanks to Wittmont. These versatile windows are ideal for situations where a normal Sorrento-type side opening window is required. Add to this practical design the option of opening the window by leaning the top into a room with hinges at the bottom, like a reverse awning window.
This tilting feature is commonly used in Europe where subtle ventilation behind closed curtains is sought in a heated room. The opening at the top provides for a limited airflow without causing a draught or allowing too much heat to escape.
Useful in our Western Australian climate too, these functional windows combine the controlled ventilation of the awning window with the fuller opening of the side-hung window.
Though a more recent addition to the Wittmont range of fine timber doors and windows, the Tilt & Turn has already been gladly chosen by new residents from Europe who would not go without them.
The classic and traditional Winthrop range of balanced-hung windows brings the charm and character of heritage buildings into your home, combined with the latest in hardware technology and proven design to maintain the ease-of-use and performance that is a Wittmont tradition.
A common "feature" of older buildings, many people are familiar with the jammed, painted over, draughty relics of the spiral or "weights and balance" window. Fortunately this practical, space saving window format is now available with smooth, trouble free operation and proper weather seals. Using an improved belt system, lifting the the bottom sash automatically draws the upper one down so that they meet in the centre of the window space. This creates a perfect airflow model of ventilation at top and bottom, with the added benefit of a compact design. The Winthrop range are often used by our clients in areas where a verandah would otherwise be obstructed by an opening-out sash - an important consideration when space is limited or in thoroughfare areas, particularly where children pass.