If you are currently in the process of remodeling your home exterior then chances are you know the struggle that comes with choosing the perfect windows! Each window serves a different purpose. Let’s take a look at the different uses of bow and bay windows.
Bay and bow windows are a set of windows which are mulled together into an arch. Bay windows come in standard configurations of 30 or 45 degrees; bow windows come in standard configurations of 10, 20, or 30 degrees. Bay and bow windows allow for a beautiful window seat.
Where can they be found?
Bow and bay windows are typically used as kitchen banquettes, in order to create a cozy yet functional dining area. They are also very useful in a living room or home office, as they can be used as a storage unit.
- The seal must be somewhat flexible in order the window to easily glide (open and close). The Owens Corning Air Sealing weather technology we use, cuts drafts by 24% compared to standard weather stripping.
- The window seat provides a cozy place to sit and comes in a variety of finishes, including Pine, Extira plywood, Oak or White laminate.
- Frame depth dimensions: 4 9/16” (116 mm)
- Our windows are made with an Intercept Ultra Warm-Edge Spacer, for a longer-lasting and more energy-efficient window.
Our bay and bow windows are built to fit your home in an effective, yet decorative way. If you are looking for high quality and energy-efficient windows, we will be sure to satisfy all of your house and home needs!