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Bay & Bow Windows

The terms bay and bow window are often used as interchangeable terms but they have a quite specific meaning in the replacement window industry. A bay window is generally one where the windows follow the shape of the brickwork below so that you can walk into the space created, which becomes part of the internal room. Whereas a bow window (often referred to as a ‘plant-on bow’) projects beyond the external brickwork without being supported by it. A bow window generally provides a deep internal window cill whereas a bay window does not.

Both bay and bow windows, whether in PVCu or hardwood, can include any of the window types available but generally double glazed casement windows are used.

Both bay and bow windows are available as either curved or square installations.

Curved examples are usually in three or more sections (each section being an individually manufactured window) with a round, reinforced bay pole to allow the angle to be created and to support the roof.

Square bays and bows have a square, reinforced bay pole at each corner and though usually in three sections as in the photograph above, can be made up of just a front and one side, sometimes referred to as a ‘dog-leg bay’.



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bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
bay & bow windows
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