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Custom-built by hand, bay and bow windows from Window World of Beaumont create a beautiful focal point so you’ll enjoy the gorgeous views for years to come.
Bay and bow windows have a curved design that add space to your room while maximizing scenery and illuminating rooms with natural light. They also increase energy-efficiency and keep heated or cooled air inside. More benefits include:
Bay and bow window colors to meet your specific taste.
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
When it comes to your home, energy-efficient windows require less energy to heat your space than traditional products. That means savings on your monthly bills and comfort year-round.
Both bay and bow windows extend outwards from the home, creating a 3 dimensional impression. Bay windows typically consist of three windows. The middle window is often static, while the windows on the sides offer ventilation. Bay windows are defined by the sharp angles between the windows and their geometric appearance.
Bow windows are often made up of more than three window panes with more subtle angles that give them a unique, rounded appearance.
Bay windows are composed of three windows that come together to form a single complete unit. The middle window is often a fixed, picture window that allows for a wide, unobstructed view. The windows on either side are typically double-hung or casement style windows that can be opened and closed for ventilation.
Bay windows offer the opportunity for a wide range of design elements and unique styles. That being said curtains are the most popular and arguably the best-suited window treatment for bay windows.
Bay and bow windows offer a wide ledge that is ripe for decoration. The opportunities are endless, but some common decor elements include decorative pillows and cushions, plants, candles, lamps, and more!
Yes. Many times the space left from an old window will allow for bay or bow windows to be installed, but if necessary Window World can adjust your opening to fit any window you desire.
Bay windows are composed of three separate windows, angled like an isosceles trapezoid. Bow windows are composed of 4 or 5 separate windows.
Bay and bow windows feature: