Bay and Bow Windows
Both a bay & bow window will project outside of your home. A bow window is a configuration of four, five or six windows that all gently angle out from your home. A bay window typically has three windows in that configuration. The fixed window would be the center one, and the two outside flankers could either be a double hung window or a casement window depending on how you want them to operate.
The Benefits of Bay and Bow Windows
A bay or bow window can provide a lot of curbside appeal on the outside of your home. On the inside of your home it makes for a great usable space that is actually functional. A lot of homeowners use that bay or bow window area as a display case for all of their favorite things. Pictures, plants, and even pets love the sunlight these windows generate. Homeowners can also sit in their bay window and read books; it’s just a great addition to any home.
Renewal by Andersen® windows are made from Fibrex® material, an Andersen-exclusive composite that combines the strength and stability of wood with the low-maintenance features of vinyl.
Our real wood interior windows can be stained or painted to match your decor.