Bay or bow: the choice is yours
At first glance bay and bow windows can look a lot alike, both will be successful in fully opening a room to give the impression of more space. Whereas a bay window is made up of three openings, a bow window usually has four or five.
Bay windows normally protrude farther from the wall it is fitted in due to its more defined angles, alternatively their bow counterpart usually gives off a more rounded look thanks to their added panels, making them suitable to be wrapped around the corner of a property. Either choice will successfully give your room increased light as well as expansive storage room.
Energy efficient and generously expansive
Bay and bow windows are typically made up of various casement windows – the most popular type in the UK. Joined at the arch to form either a well-defined bay or a more rounded bow, these window styles treat your living space to extra room instantly whilst also remaining highly energy efficient thanks to standard double glazing.
Choose either a bay and bow window from Andy Glass and it will immediately give your home an instant sense of character and sophistication, always being tailored to your specific need of size and shape to transform both the interior and exterior of your home. Casements from us also achieve a WER rating of “A+” ensuring your new bay or bow is the pinnacle of energy efficiency.
Panoramic views that let nature in
Installed in an expanding fashion which protrudes from the desired property, no matter if you opt for bay (three glass panels) or bow (four or more glass panels) they always ensure that the scenic landscape of what’s outside will be invited in successfully, resulting in panoramic views.
More panels at more angles simply means that light is able to flood the room in more effective ways, no longer encouraging you flick the light switch due to the equivalent amount achieved from the efficiency of a bay or bow window.
Elegant and well ventilated
Bay and bow windows often act as the focal point to anyone’s home, inviting people’s eyes to observe the elegant beauty they give both inside and out. The more panels fitted also allows for increased ventilation to suit however much air you want to let in – just open up as many or as little as you’d like.
Features and benefits of bay and bow windows
- Double glazed as standard practise
- Increased living space to any room fitted
- uPVC frames ensure low maintenance
- Ideal for ventilation, letting air into the property
- Energy efficient to save money on bills
- SBD (Secured by Design) accredited that ensures security
Bay and Bow windows Finishes
Available in a range of colours
All of our bay and bow window style options are made up of a highly durable uPVC material that can be coloured to any specific requirement you desire. From wood-effect finishes to more bold colours, uPVC can provide a huge amount of variety.
Bay and bow configurations
A range of configurations to suit you
All bay and bow windows from Andy Glass are configured to offer you with high levels of security and ventilation via their various panels. Additionally, the uPVC casement frames also allows them to be cleaned easily, meaning that they are able to combine style and practicality. For further enhanced security, they can also be supplied with high security lock fittings.
Bay and bow Window Efficiency
Both bay and bow windows supplied by us are joined by casements that achieve a WER rating of “A+” to ensure that you benefit from the very best energy efficiency any modern home can offer.