Bay and bow windows are actually composed of multiple double-hung, casement or picture windows arranged side by side. A bay window is usually flanked on either side by a narrower window, both of which are set at an angle. The center window can be fixed, double-hung or casement, and so can the side windows. Bow windows consist of four or more equal-sized windows, set at angles creating a projecting, arched window. Like bay windows, each of the windows in a bow window configuration can be fixed, double-hung, or casement windows.
Both bay and bow windows can be used in various home styles, however, bow windows are generally considered to be a more modern choice. Bay and bow windows provide stunning views of the outdoors and help create an open, inviting feel. Bay windows offer aesthetic flair to your home, increasing your property’s value.
For more information about installing bay or bow windows in your home, call Paul Henry’s Window Installation. As an authorized dealer for industry-leading brands, we provide quality workmanship with exceptional customer service. To schedule a free, no-obligation, in-home consultation, call us today at 540-359-6842.