Bays & Bows
Operation: This can vary according to window types chosen (see above types_example: casement).
Benefits: Bay windows are comprised of three window sections that can utilize various combination’s of window types. Picture, casement, or double-hung windows are typically placed in bay windows construction.
Operation: This can vary according to window types chosen (see above types_ example: casement).
Benefits: Bow windows are generally comprised of four or more window sections that can utilize various combination’s of window types that are typically fixed and operating casements.
Aesthetics: Bay and bow windows can add architectural benefits to your home’s interior and exterior. They add square footage and dimension to your interior space and a wonderful perspective to the outside of your home. Additionally, you can create a dramatic statement to the exterior space by adding decorative lower bracing and roofs to the window.
Special Note: Our bay and bow windows are assembled in the factory with total quality control, weather-tight cladding, head, seat board, jambs, insulation and sealants. They are then tested and inspected to make absolutely sure the window plum, square, solid and weather-tite. This assures maximum performance of the composite window. Is this important? You bet it is. Why? Because many companies fabricate these windows on the job-site to save money, this leaves lots of room for air infiltration, water leaks and cladding that looks bad.