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Tiltco is the Canadian-Made Answer for Modern Window and Door Systems.

With more than two decades of expertise, Tiltco offers innovative contemporary fenestration for today’s homeowners, designers and architects. Robust, made-to-order European glazing systems make this Canadian manufacturer a homeowner’s dream. Established in 1988, Tiltco brings decades of experience and expertise to each of its window and door products. Engineered to exceed acoustic, thermal, weather and structural performance standards, Tiltco fenestration systems keep up with the non-stop pace of modern residential design. And with a huge degree of customization available across its product range, homeowners are ensured bespoke, best-in-market solutions that will fit their homes perfectly.

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Reviewing Tiltco’s lineup of windows and doors makes its commitment to quality and aesthetics crystal clear. Blending beauty and performance, the SL38 Tilt and Turn window series features super-efficient triple pane glazing, insulated aluminum construction and minimalist framing that ensures luxurious comfort inside while providing expansive, unhindered views out. On a larger scale, the CP130 Lift and Slide door system follows suit. Available in panels up to three metres tall and eight metres across, the lightweight sliding and bi-fold aluminum doors can easily be pushed aside, transforming any room into an open-air terrace in seconds. The rest of its lineup follows suit, and as a consistent innovator, Tiltco employs modern manufacturing methods that not only achieve unparalleled precision, but also speed up manufacturing and delivery.

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More than just a window manufacturer, Tiltco is also a full-service provider that’s there for architects, designers and homeowners through every step of the design process. Starting from the free, no-obligation estimate through to installation, Tiltco ensures the right solution is found for every customer.

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A Window into a Modern Home

The Tudor facade doesn’t scream “contemporary residential design,” but it was never supposed to. On the face of their home, BlackLAB architects’ co-principals Joe and Sarah Knight went for subtlety – wide slats, thin-frame windows – but behind, they let their modernist selves shine. The boxy, zinc-clad addition provides a counterpoint to the home’s other half, while a Tiltco door ensures it functions for the family. When open, it provides a seamless transition between inside and out and, when shut, offers uninterrupted views. Read the full story here.



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