THE PERFECT SOLUTION TO BRING IN NATURAL LIGHT
Bay and Bow Windows area popular choice for new and replacement windows. It is an elegant and fantastic way to make your living room area larger and provide more natural light with their expanded viewing area. Bay and Bow Windows help you to make an aesthetic statement and stand out from the rest.
What is a Bay Window?
Bay windows increase the living space in your home up to an extra 3 feet. Bay windows are composed of three windows that protrude from the home. Unlike bow windows, a bay window is more of an angular shape. Bay windows rely on two side windows angled at 30-degrees or 45-degrees and one front facing picture window.
What is a Bow Window?
Similar to bay windows, bow windows increase the living space in your home up to an extra 3 feet. Bow windows are composed of four or more windows that protrude from the home. Unlike bay windows, a bow window is less angular in appearance. Bow windows bring together 4 or 5 individual windows to create a pleasing semi-circular projection from a room.
Few styles outshine the bay window for adding dimension to a home’s exterior and flooding natural light into interior spaces. Projecting outward from a wall at 30 or 45 degree angles, they create a cozy alcove using any combination of picture, casement or hung windows.
When planning your new windows you can rely on the experienced team at PM Windows and Doors to give you sound professional advice on how to get the best possible value on your investment. All windows are professionally installed with the long term view that your energy efficient windows should remain functional and maintenance free for years to come. PM Windows and Doors is a member of S.A.W.D.A.C. and we install windows in accordance with the Window Wise program. Registration with the Window Wise program, including their “three party” warranty added to the lifetime warranty is no extra cost to you.
Either bay or bow can be ordered with the standard maintenance-free 3/4-inch melamine head and seat, but the option of a medium oak veneer can add a traditional elegance.
Insulated head and seats are also available and recommended.
The more traditional bay relies on two side windows angled at 30 degrees or 45 degrees and one main window.
The Bow window brings together four or five individual windows to create a pleasing semi-circular projection from a room.
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