Bay and Bow Windows

You may think Bay and Bow windows are the same, and although similar-they are each unique. A Bay window has one large fixed window in the center and two smaller windows on each side that are set at an angle. These side angle windows are typically casement or double-hung windows, giving you the ability to open them when the weather allows.

Bow windows, on the other hand, are built using four or more windows in a curved formation. Both Bay and Bow windows are a great way to add curb appeal and a modern, upgraded touch to your home. Both options provide a ton of natural light and ventilation. They are great choices to add to your family room, dining room, or living room.

Our Bay and Bow Windows

You may be wanting to add a Bay or Bow window to your home, or maybe you’re looking to replace an existing Bay or Bow window. We offer our Bay and Bow windows in two options, but no matter which line of windows you choose from, one thing is certain-our quality and craftsmanship is unmatched.

Platinum Series Bay and Bow Windows

Our Platinum Series bay and bow windows include some features that a lot of companies charge extra for, including a welded sill pan, a built-in weep system, R-9 Super-Seat (which reduces condensation and energy loss), and high-quality insulation.

If you go with the double-hung side windows in your new Bay window, the Platinum Series double-hung windows feature double pane, ultra-high performance, Low-E glass. You’ll notice a difference in your home’s energy efficiency right away.

Gold Series Bay and Bow Windows

We offer several options with our Gold Series Bay and Bow windows, including three to six window configurations available with double-hung, picture, or casement windows. They’re extremely easy to open, modern, and of course energy efficient thanks to a variety of Energy Star-labeled glass options you can choose from.

For more information about replacement Bay and Bow windows, contact us at Armorvue today.