Benefits of Bow Windows
Bow windows provide these benefits:
Bring the outdoors in. Bow windows provide larger views of a back, front, or side yard because they offer a 180 degree view of the outside.
Increase air flow with a curved design. Since the window protrudes from the exterior wall, you can greatly increase the airflow by using a series of double-hung or casement windows in your bow window.
Add style and light. With its curved design, the bow window offers a distinctive look not only on the exterior but on the interior as well as bringin in more light.
Increase the market value. Bow windows complement the look of many architectural styles, including Victorian, Craftsman, Modern, or Traditional.
- Products and Uses
Bow Window with Roof and Seating Options
Bow windows have these features:
- Vinyl frames and sashes that won’t crack, chip, or peel
- Fusion-welded frames and main structures for strength & rigidity (available on most models)
- Oak or birch furniture-grade veneer on headboard and seatboard to complement your interior design
- Available in white or beige with optional soft maple, rich maple, light oak, dark oak, foxwood, or cherry wood grain interior finishes
- Exterior roof system available with copper or painted aluminum roof clad kits
- Can be manufactured in a wide range of sizes
Where to Use a Bow Window
Bow windows are most often found in dining, kitchen, living, family, and bed rooms.
Bow Window Design Options
These stylish windows provide the following design options:
Insulated window seats for additional comfort.
Multiple roof styles including hip and concave roofs made of copper, aluminum, or shingles.
Available in a wide range of finishes, including white or beige with optional soft maple, rich maple, light oak, dark oak, foxwood, or cherry wood grain interior finishes.
Upgraded glass packages. Lower your home heating and cooling costs by upgrading to premium glass for increased energy efficiency.
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A bow window is a grouping of four or more tall and narrow windows of equal size that are built into a curved window structure that projects from an exterior wall.
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