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Bow & Bay Windows

Transform Your Space

Bow & Bay Windows Add Room To Your Room

Exterior table with bow windows.
Kitchen with bow windows.
Sitting room with bay window

Bow and Bay windows can have a dramatic effect on the look of your home.  But what’s the difference in the two?

A bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. A bow window usually has four or five. A bay window’s overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. A bow window’s structure is curved, creating a rounded appearance on the outside of the home.  

Exterior of home with bay window.
Couch with bow window behind it.
The Benefits of Bow & Bay Windows
More Natural Light

Protruding out from the side of your home, these windows are placed upon a curve to get that dramatic three dimensional effect. Both bay and bow windows will let in more natural light, increasing your view of the outdoors immensely.

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Added Space

By design, a bay or bow window will make your room appear to be larger. A standard window is just a flat pane of glass that is on the same plane as your wall, but a bay or boy creates an illusion of the whole space being larger because of its protruding shape. Add space or at least the illusion of it by utilizing a bay or bow window.

Window Seat

These windows can have a seat board at the base. This is great place to sit, relax and enjoy the view. These bay seats are a very attractive part of the interior of your home. Many people recall memories of sitting there and reading, laughing and dreaming.

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Added Value

As with any home repair or remodel, we need to think about its overall effect on our homes curb appeal and value. Adding a new bay or bow, or replacing an old one with a new vinyl replacement window will only increase both of these.

Boy and dog sitting in bay window.

Luxurious, sophisticated, or simple and elegant, we are able to pick the right windows for your specific house and bring out the best in it. Welcome!

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