Bay / Bow / Picture
Are you looking for a window that provides the ultimate view of your home’s landscape and property? A bay, bow or picture window can be an ideal option. These windows are generally very large and placed in living rooms, dining rooms or sunrooms. Bay and bow windows also add space to your home’s interior. We offer a variety of styles and designs that will meet your home’s visual aesthetic. All our bay, bow and picture windows can be installed in new constructions or existing homes. Would you like to learn more about our windows? Feel free to email or call our customer service team today for a free consultation.
What are Bay, Bow and Picture Windows?
Bow or bay windows are large window systems that consist of three to five panels. They also add space to the interior of a room by jutting out of the wall. The new space will curve to match the windows shape. The window projects outside and will transform your home’s exterior and exterior. A new bay or bow window will dramatically improve your home’s curb appeal and increase its value as well. Picture windows are stationary windows that do not open. They are ideal for large windows and for homeowners that want the most efficient window possible. Often, they will be flanked by other windows to increase your view as well.
Bay, Bow and Picture Window Benefits
Bay and bow windows are a great way to transform your home’s interior and exterior. All three windows give amazing panoramic views. Bay and bow also provide superior ventilation to any room they are installed in. Many homeowners will use the new interior space for bookshelves, benches, workspace and more. All three windows are highly efficient, but picture windows provide the highest efficiency. They do not vent or open, so they are ideal for areas that have other sources of ventilation. Not sure what type window is best for you? Give our customer service team a call today.
Differences Between Bay and Bow Windows
You may think that bay and bow windows are the same, but they are some differences between the tow. Bay windows are composed of there openings and is composed of one picture window surrounded by two smaller windows. Bow windows are usually composed of four to five windows and is curved. A bow window will have a rounder appearance than a bay window. Bay windows are generally found on modern style homes, while you will see bow windows on traditional homes. A bow window will usually have more glass and will allow additional light into your home.
Bay, Bow and Picture Window Repair and Maintenance
If you have damage to your larger windows, don’t hesitate to give our team a call. We are a full-service window maintenance and repair company. We have years of experience helping homeowners solve their damaged window problems. We offer windowpane, window frame and hardware repairs. Our team can quickly repair almost any window problem. Feel free to email or call our customer service team to schedule an appointment today.