Unlike conventional flat window designs, bay and bow windows both slightly protrude outwards which will help to entice more natural light from all angles into the heart of your house. They will also give you beautiful panoramic views of your outdoor environment.
A bay window is made up of three sections and typically has a square, hexagonal or octagonal shape, while a bow window has four to six equally sized windows and offers a more curve-like shape.
Do not be mistaken for thinking that bay and bow windows are best reserved for traditional residences. On the contrary, new-build properties are equally suited to both of these timeless window styles.
The beauty of a bay and bow window is an irrelevance if the window fails to protect your property from intruders. Thankfully, they both include a multi-point locking mechanism and unbelievably tough frame.
Say goodbye to heat loss and draughtiness indoors forever once you have integrated energy efficient double glazed bay or bow windows into your household. They will also keep the cost of your fuel bills down.
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‣ A bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. A bow window usually has four or five.
‣ A bay window’s overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. A bow window’s structure is curved, creating a rounded appearance on the outside of the home. (These bow windows are usually referred to as a “four-lite bow” or a “five-lite bow.”)
‣ The angular lines and flat planes of a contemporary bay window are often considered more appropriate for modern homes, while the semi-circular outer structure of the bow window is ideal for any architecture that smacks of the Victorian. Of course, either type is perfectly acceptable for just about any style home.
‣ Bay windows protrude farther from the wall out into the exterior space, adding a bit more floor space on the interior.
‣ Bow windows frequently allow more light to come into the room since they have more glass panes than bay windows.
‣ Because bay windows only have three panels, they’re seldom as wide as bow windows.
‣ Bow windows can be wrapped around the corner of a building, forming a unique turret shape on the outside and an enticing nook on the inside. This advantageous option also allows for a view from two sides of the home.
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