Benefits of Bay and Bow Windows
Bay and bow windows provide these benefits:
Improved light and spaciousness. Because bay and bow windows project from an exterior wall, they capture light from multiple directions. They feature a window seat which creates a place to relax and read a book or to display your favorite collections.
Higher resale value. This distinctive window add curb appeal to your home and improves its market value, wether you own a contemporary or traditional home.
Increased views of the outside. Take advantage of a front, back, or side yard with the expansive views. Get more light into a dark room by drawing in sunlight from all directions.
Increased airflow and ventilation. Using the operable casement or double-hung windows in the angled portion of the bay or bow window captures breezes, adding to the comfort of any room.
Make your room feel larger - Bays and bows project out and make the inside feel larger - and live bigger.
- Products and Uses
Bay and Bow Windows with Roof and Seating Options
Bay and bow windows have these features:
- Vinyl frames and sashes that won’t crack, chip, or peel
- Fusion-welded frames and main structures for strength and rigidity (available on most models)
- Oak or birch furniture-grade veneer on headboards and seatboards 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
- Uses either double-hung or casement side windows
- Can be manufactured in a wide range of sizes
Where to Use Bay and Bow Windows
Bay and bow windows are used in kitchens, dining rooms, breakfast nooks, living rooms, and master bedrooms. They're seen in various design styles from Frank Lloyd Wright to Modern to Victorian.
Bay and 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.
Angled side windows can be positioned at 25, 35 or 45 degrees.
Upgraded glass packages. Lower your home heating and cooling costs by upgrading to premium glass for increased energy efficiency.
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Bay and Bow Windows Replacement - Cleveland and Columbus
Has your existing bay or bow window seen it's better days? The wood has deteriorated. The cranks don't work. The windows are fogged up. The window seat is warped. Bay and bow windows can be tthe most interesting feature of your room, but they need to be well built, easy to maintain, energy efficient and stylish.
In this page learn the differences in bay and bow windows (and where to use both). Get details about options and frequently asked questions.
Finally learn why you can't go wrong choosing Cleveland Window or Clear Choice Window and Door (of Columbus) because you'll get the peace of mind working with a company whose installed over 1,000,000 windows since 1977.