Bow Replacement Windows
What’s the difference between a bow window and a bay window? We get that question a lot. A bow window has four or more units joined at equal angles to form a gentle curve, while a bay window is a three-sided installation with three or more windows. Both configurations add the benefits of light, space and a panoramic view to any room. Bow windows can add an element of graceful spaciousness whether used in the shallow arc contour of a window seat or to open up sweeping views in a round room addition. You can choose from single-hung, double-hung or casement styles with any combination of fixed and venting windows.
A bow window could be the perfect solution for a room that needs an update, like a bedroom, family room or kitchen. A classic four-window bow can add visual interest and extra space with a slim exterior profile. With so many frame styles, glazing options and window configurations to choose from, you’re sure to find the right bow window for your home.
- multiple interior and exterior materials and finishes,
- options for lites, grilles, glass and hardware
- wood, aluminum clad, vinyl, and fiberglass
- stain or paint for wood and fiberglass
- primed, powder-coated or anodized finishes for aluminum-clad exteriors.