A choice of curved or angular bow windows that allow more light to flood into your room
Bay windows offer the perfect place for a window seat to enjoy the view from your home
Tailor made to the design of your home to improve insulation and minimise draughts
The biggest difference in the two is that a bay window will always have a base to it whereas a bow typically doesn’t. A bow window will usually have a fancy timber constructed base below with a Gallows Bracket instead of a brick base and more times than not they will have a canopy roof on top but can fit underneath the house soffit. They can have 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 sides to them but they still follow the same rule.
Yes, you are able to replace your flat windows with bay windows, as long as your home’s structure is able to support bay windows.
Yes, you are able to replace flat windows with bow windows. However, you will need to ensure that your home’s structure will be able to support bow windows, your window installer will be able to check this for you. You will need a new roof and base for the bow window to be installed.
Yes, if you choose any other colour rather then 'standard white' as a colour internally or externally there is an extra cost. Visit our visualiser to get an estimate for your home improvement or speak to your local installer for further detail.
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