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Bay and bow windows add charm and curb appeal to any home.
If you’re looking to add something special to your home, bay and bow windows are a great option. With 3-6 glass panels, they provide unbeatable views and additional natural light into your home. More reasons to choose bay and bow windows:
Bay and bow window colors to meet your specific taste.
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
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Energy-efficient windows allow your HVAC system to work more efficiently, requiring less energy to heat or cool your home. That means you’ll save on your energy bills and enjoy more interior comfort year-round.
Bay and bow windows protrude from the exterior wall of your home in a 3D arc shape. This naturally creates more space on the inside of your home. Bay windows have 3 glass panels while bow windows can have 4-6 panels.
While these two popular window styles offer many of the same aesthetics and benefits, what makes them different is the size and number of window panes in the configuration.
Bay windows feature either a three-pane or box design, typically with one “picture window” in the center and a smaller window pane on either side.
Bow windows are a similar structure but are made of four to six panes of angled glass in the same size.
Each bay and bow window is custom-made to perfectly fit the open space in your home and give it a one-of-a-kind look. Their dimensionality creates a dramatic new look for your interior, perfect for a reading area or breakfast nook.
Besides bringing natural light into your home, bay and bow windows can boast these benefits:
Yes. Enhance your new bay & bow windows from Window World of Central Alabama withe these additional features:
Yes. All of our bay and bow windows are designed to insulate your home for maximum energy efficiency. You will enjoy lower energy bills and a more comfortable living area after installing our specially-designed products.
Bay windows are a composite piece, featuring three distinct window panels. The central window fixture is a static, picture window that offers wide views and plentiful natural light. Either side typically features either a double-hung window or casement window that can be opened and closed at your convenience.
Bay windows can be decorated in numerous ways according to different design styles and aesthetics, but curtains are, by far, the most common window treatment for bay windows.
Bay windows feature a wide ledge that offers plenty of opportunities for decoration. Some of the most common decor elements used for bay window ledges include plants, candles, lamps, decorative pillows, and more.