Tilt Turn Windows: Meet TrackGlide™
- Shades match the window movement
- Narrow track fits almost anywhere
- No drilling necessary
The versatility of tilt turn windows has them growing in popularity. Access to fresh air is convenient and welcomed. But, until now, light control and privacy for these European style windows has been tricky. If you have tilt turn windows, or are considering them, you should know about TrackGlide™ from Hunter Douglas. This new shade system allows you to have window shades right where you need them, without getting in the way. Adjustments of the ever-changing positions, whether tilting in, or turning like a door, and the shade remains in place. Adhering to the edge of the frame of the window–not on the glass–the track allows the window shades to slide for adjustments of light control and privacy.
Duette Shades for European Style Windows:
- 160+ Fabric Choices
- Light Control Covers the Window
- Room Darkening Fabric Choices
- Child Safe with Cordless
- Maintain Privacy
- Top Down Bottom Up
- Cellular Shades Increase Energy Efficiency
Shades Move with the Window
The tilting, the turning…the movement of tilt turn windows offers multiple fresh air and view through options. But, how do you cover them for light control, privacy or energy efficiency? Meet the TrackGlide system! This narrow track allows the shades to moves with the window. You can have coverage no matter the position of the glass.
All Your Favorite Features
Duette Honeycomb shades are the exclusive window covering for this innovative system. Because of that, you have a range of the most popular features available for your windows. Control the light–even room darkening. Enjoy privacy–from full coverage to top down bottom up. And, the energy efficiency is unparalleled.
No Drilling for the Track
If you have shallow window depth, or doors without much framing, you know the struggle of trying to find window coverings to solve issues within your home. But, the narrow track of TrackGlide makes it easy. There’s no drilling. The track adheres along the edge of the frame, allowing the shades to move freely.