Bay Replacement Windows
Bay Window Details:
The Bay window is known for its multiple-panel design that expands beyond the exterior wall of the home. The Bay architecture consists of a central window and two
Typically, a fixed window is used for the center and joined together along with venting windows on each side. The center window is generally much wider than the side windows.
Bay windows extend beyond the wall of the house without adding extra square footage to the floor, and are extremely effective at making a small space appear larger and more attractive.
A fixed window is the preferred choice for the center window. It creates an unobstructed view, and can either be fixed or open to supply ventilation to the room.
Although all three panels could very well be fixed, double-hung and casement windows are typically chosen for the sides.
Bow and bay windows are often confused based on their names. They have the same effect, however they are a bit different in design.
Bay windows have three panels, while bow windows have four or more panels that join together to create an arc shape.