Bow

Bow Windows and Bay Windows have been confused and used interchangeably for many years, but there is one big difference between these two windows. A Bay Window consists of just three windows offset from one another, whereas a Bow Window consists of four or more windows. They are usually set at softer angles, enabling you to create a long curved window, rather than a short angled box. Like the Bay Window, it adds elegance and beauty to your home.

Typically the center windows are fixed and the outside or flanking windows are vented. Like the Bay Windows you can choose from Casement Windows, Vertical Sliders or even Awning Windows for your ventilation.

Benefits of a Bow Window
  • Bay Windows can be produced at 10 °, and 15°.

  • Increases the value to your home.

  • Adds valuable living space to your home.

  • Provides passive solar gain in Winter.

  • Provide a wider angle of view and a lot of natural light.

  • Can be ordered with two or more fixed units or add Casement Windows for ventilation.

  • Can be ordered with two or more fixed units or add Vertical Sliding Windows for ventilation.

  • Can be ordered with two or more fixed units or add Awning Windows for ventilation.

  • Adds style and character to any home.

  • Maintenance free PVC.

  • Available in any jamb width.

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