Bay and bow windows are popular architectural features that can enhance the appearance and functionality of a home. They are made up of three or more windows, two of the windows extend outwards creating additional space and providing a panoramic view of the surroundings.
Increased natural light
Their design allows for ample sunlight to enter the room, making the space feel brighter and more welcoming.
The operable units in bay and bow windows allow for better airflow and ventilation, enhancing the indoor environment.
Versatile design options
Bay and bow windows can be customized to match various architectural styles, and they offer flexibility in terms of window treatments and decorative accents.
Expanded Interior Space
The projection of bay and bow windows adds extra square footage to a room, creating a cozy alcove or additional seating area.
These windows add architectural interest to both the interior and exterior of a building, enhancing its curb appeal and resale value.
Fusion-welded frame and sash corners add strength and prevent air infiltration
Multi-chambered design adds insulation, strength, drainage and reduces condensation
Interior glazing system with co-extruded flexible seal on sash eliminates leaks
Drainage channels hidden in front of exterior sash
Removable screen for easy cleaning
Advanced locking system for a tight seal and added security
Triple or double sealed glass with warm edge spacer
Available in Tilt and Turn style as well as Casement and Hung
Eliminate leaks with Interior Heritage glazing and flexible seal