Bay & Bow Windows

Bay & Bow Window Installation

Adding a bay or bow window is a great way to add more character and curb appeal to your home, while also bringing in more of that great natural light. Both can be used as a replacement option in most large window openings, so if you’re looking for something new and unique, we recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our experts! Contact us via phone or email to get started on your project today!

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Benefits of Bay & Bow Windows

Bay & bow windows have designs that stand out from other types of other windows. There are several unique benefits they offer, such as:

Lots of Natural Light

Probably the best benefit to installing bay or bow windows in your home is they let in considerable amounts of light—up to 60% more in certain rooms. Natural light creates a warm and bright environment in any setting.

Enjoy the View

Another reason why homeowners install bay or bow windows is because they display stunning views outside. Wiht a bay or bow window, you have the opportunity to see more of your front or backyard. Nothing beats a spectacular landscape or overview of the city.

Modern, Yet Timeless

Bay and bow windows have been around for centuries; they are timeliness. However, do not confuse timeless with outdated. Bay and bow windows fit just as well in modern homes as they do more traditional homes. They transcend all home improvement trends.

Boost Your Home Value

The advantages of a bay or bow window far outweigh the costs. They can boost your home’s market value considerably. They are a focal selling point for homebuyers.

Bay Window vs Bow Window – What’s the Difference?

Bay and bow windows combine multiple windows together, and angle out beyond your home’s exterior wall. They can be double-hung, casement, or picture windows, depending on your preferences. So what’s the difference, and which style should you choose for your home? Here are some differences to consider:

  • A bay window has three openings, while a bow window typically has four or five.
  • Bay windows protrude farther out, which adds a bit more interior space than bow windows.
  • Bow windows usually allow in more light since they have more glass panes.
  • Bow windows are often more expensive than bay windows.

Choosing between a bay or bow window depends somewhat on the amount of space you have, as well as your personal preferences. If you need help making a decision, call us at 612-290-0332 to schedule a free, in-home consultation!

Andersen Windows Certified Installer

Now is the time to discover all the features and benefits of bay and bow windows. If you are ready to take the next step, we can help you with your new window installation. When you partner with professionals for your window installation, you are guaranteed totally satisfying results.

Paskar Construction is certified to install Andersen Windows—the leading window brand in the U.S. Besides ensuring a perfect installation, being Andersen-certified allows us to provide a two-year manufacturer warranty on your new bay or bow window, in addition to our standard five-year warranty. Contact us today for more details!

 

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