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Bay and bow windows add style to the exterior of your home, offering a larger viewing area than most windows provide.
Bay and bow windows are a great option when it comes to revitalizing your home. They offer an expanded view to bring additional light into your home, and they’re extremely energy efficient. Their appeal:
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When it comes to your home, energy-efficient windows require less energy to heat your space than traditional products. That means savings on your monthly bills and comfort year-round.
Bay and bow windows are another classic option to consider when designing or replacing windows in your home. Both these styles protrude from the exterior wall of the structure, creating a 3-dimensional effect.
While these two popular window styles offer many of the same aesthetics and benefits, what makes them different is the size and number of window panes in the configuration.
Bay windows feature either a three-pane or box design, typically with one “picture window” in the center and a smaller window pane on either side.
Bow windows are a similar structure but are made of four to six panes of angled glass in the same size.
Each bay and bow window is custom-made to perfectly fit the open space in your home and give it a one-of-a-kind look. Their dimensionality creates a dramatic new look for your interior, perfect for a reading area or breakfast nook.
Besides bringing natural light into your home, bay and bow windows can boast these benefits:
Yes. All of our bay and bow windows are designed to insulate your home for maximum energy efficiency. You will enjoy lower energy bills and a more comfortable living area after installing our specially-designed products.
Bay windows feature three separate windows which form a single complete unit. The central window is typically a large, fixed picture window which allows for wide, unobstructed views. The windows on the left and right sides are often double hung windows or casement windows that can be opened and closed as needed.
Bay windows are notable for their elegance and can complement a diverse range of design styles. Curtains are the most common window treatment for bay windows, and they do a wonderful job highlighting the beauty of the windows themselves.
Both bay and bow windows feature a sizable ledge that offers plenty of opportunity for decoration. Some of the most common items used to decorate bay and bow windows include plants, decorative pillows, candles, lamps, and much more!