Bay & Bow
Bay & Bow Windows
in addition to providing ventilation and natural light inside.
BENEFITS OF BAY & BOW WINDOWS
A bay window is typically a combination of three windows of varying widths that dramatically extend from your home.
A bow window is very similar to a bay window, except it’s generally composed of four or more windows joined at equal angles to form a more even curve.
Bay & Bow Windows FAQ
Both bay and bow windows are types of projection windows. That is, they project outward from the home. Bay windows have one large fixed panel in the center flanked by smaller panes, whereas bow windows are made up of four to six same-sized panels.
Projection windows provide an aesthetic look that recalls a stately mansion or country estate. Plus, a projection window requires added floorspace on the interior, which many homeowners use as a work area, reading nook, or entertainment space.
Not at all. A bay or bow window can complement any architectural style. Whether you have a Colonial, ranch home, Cape Cod, modern farmhouse, or something else entirely, you’ll find a projection window that fits your needs.
No. Bay and bow windows comprise regular-sized windows, both fixed and operable. As a result, replacing them is as easy as replacing a single-hung or double-hung window in your home.
No. Most large window manufacturers offer projection windows. The combination of their curb appeal, elegant charm, and added interior floor space make them highly desirable in today’s market.
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