Bay Windows and Bow Windows
Bay or Bow windows are all double glazed and manufactured in white or wood grained uPVC and will give the front of your house a face lift that sets it above the others in your neighborhood. If wish to create a feature to an existing flat window, we would suggest having a bay window fitted. A bow window can normally be fitted in a matter of hours where Bay windows involve a bit more work as this type of window goes to the floor like a micro I extension, both have canopies in fiber glass, Upvc, decorative lead or a tiled roof the choice is yours. The double glazed units can be supplied in clear glass, lead patterns or stained glass patterns. Take a look at some examples below.
Bow Windows in White
The front of this property had a traditional window removed and a plant on bow window ffitted with Georgian glazing bars, and a tiled roof makes this elevation of the house look very attractive, and has given the room more light and the feeling of space. One point to remember is that planning permission may be required in some areas and suggest that a call into your local panning officer to find out more on planning permission in your area.
Bay Window Sash
Sash bay windows have all the elegance of 1890’s wooden sash windows, plus the additional benefits of high tech security low maintenance plus sprung counter balance sashes (no more jammed windows). These have main benefits above iron weights on a waxed cord, which were always breaking. uPVC sash windows have all the architectural merits of Victorian / Edwardian windows, such as brass fittings and molded features, low maintenance, you'll never have to paint or un-stick a window again, now with K glass and storm proof seals, means you'll you will never experience drafty windows, rattles or jams again.
Bay Windows in White uPVC
This bay window in white uPVC with plinth base wall not only allows more light into the room but also makes an attractive feature of the room; this is only one example of what can be achieved by having a bay window fitted. Bay windows have many uses from enhancing the exterior of your property to making your rooms larger and letting extra light into the room.
This double glazed Georgian bay window has given this dining area another dimension and has added more floor space to the room like a mini extension.
This is only a small example of what you can achieve with a bay or bow window. A home feature that we think is greatly underestimated.
When fitting a new bay window to the front of your house it’s a good idea to replace the other windows and doors to that elevation so the double glazing all match follow me to… double glazing designs and uPVC doors.
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