Bow and bay windows
These designs provide extra space from the extended window sill, making the room feel more open. They allow light to enter from each individual angle, so passing more light into the room. They can become an ideal spot for a seating area or a place to read/sit in the natural light. To find out more about our bow and bay window options, then please contact us or fill in our Request a Quote form.
All bays and bows can incorporate casement and tilt and turn styles to suit your home.
Other key features and benefits of our bow and bay windows include;
- An extensive choice of designs
- Availability in a variety of foiled finishes, both woodgrain and solid colours
- A range of handle colours to complement the finish of your windows.
- All our window units are double glazed as standard.
- A wide range of glass designs, from leaded to Georgian bars.
Check out the difference between bay and bow windows below:
Typical bow window design with top canopy and underside centred support. Bow windows are comprise four to six windows in soft arch shape with all windows generally the same dimensions.
Typical bay window design contouring shape of building, creating internal space. Bay windows comprise three windows angled within an arch shape. The middle window is usually the larger out of the three.
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Bay windows retain the traditional look of your home, creating space, character and allowing light to flood your room. A typical bay window design contouring shape of the building creates additional internal space. Adding a bay window seat is a very popular option.
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Our bow windows offer you the versatility of creating the illusion of space and depth by allowing more light into your home without the need for additional building work. A typical bow window has a top canopy and underside centred support.