A bay window made-to-measure for your home

Bay windows are a specific window style that protrudes from the wall of a property, with the brick wall below the window being the same shape as the window. Those that are square in shape, originated as highly ornamental additions to buildings. Their shell tends to comprise of 3 window panes, with the main ‘picture window’ becoming the central point of the design. This configuration will create a bright and airy atmosphere inside of your home, letting in much more light than a normal singular window. The angular design provides sleek lines that will add a modern touch to any style of property.

A bow window will add style, security and insulation

Bow windows let in much more natural light than a singular flat window would do. They are notable for their arched design, usually comprising of 4 or 5 windowpanes. With their semi-circular configuration, they effortlessly complement older properties, retaining the traditional aesthetics commonly found on Victoriana and Edwardian homes. Boasting more window sections than a bay window, you’ll improve the view of your home’s outdoors, brightening the room. Unlike bay windows which have brickwork that’s the exact shape as the window, brickwork under a bow window is flat.

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Fill rooms with natural light
Living spaces look and feel bigger
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uPVC bay windows installed in Wolverhampton, Birmingham & West Midlands

You can choose a range of window styles and configurations to fit into your bay window, including simple casement windows and mock sash designs for a unique appearance for your home. uPVC is a highly adaptable material that’s available in a plethora of attractive colours and woodgrain effects. From contemporary monochromatic designs to classical wood effects, we can install the perfect solution for your bay window ideas.

Made from advanced uPVC, you’ll gain a wealth of benefits including heightened durability and energy efficiency. Our modern uPVC window frames utilise a multi-chambered frame that traps the heat inside of your home. With their tightly sealed bonded frames and high-performance double glazing, they’re draught free. This bespoke manufacturing also adds to their durability, keeping your home safe and secure. Our uPVC bay windows are finished in an anti-fade coating that also eliminates any need for maintenance, so they’ll continue to look like they did when they were first installed.

Our team of experts will install your new bay windows quickly and efficiently. If you’re thinking of replacing your existing wall with a new window bay, we will deal with any Building Regulations, ensuring any hassle is taken care of.

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uPVC bow windows installed in Wolverhampton, Birmingham & West Midlands

A bow window completely transforms both the interior and the exterior of the home. Made from high-performance uPVC, you’ll benefit from a range of modern benefits. uPVC is maintenance-free, so unlike older wooden windows, they won’t require upkeep to continue looking and performing like brand new. uPVC window frames feature an innovative multi-chambered design, whereby the several layers surround tightly sealed sections. Along with our advanced double-glazing technology, replacement bow windows will significantly improve your home’s thermal performance, saving you money on your energy bills. Their robust design will protect your home from unwanted intruders and have been tested to strict security standards.

Whether you’re looking for contemporary grey bow windows, classical oak bow windows, or something a little more unique, we offer a variety of popular uPVC window colours and woodgrain finishes. You can choose from a range of configurations to suit your specific requirements, including casement windows and mock sash styles. The versatile designs of uPVC promise the perfect design to complement your home in the West Midlands.

Our expert team will ensure that your new bow windows are installed efficiently and disruption-free. If you’re considering replacing an existing wall with a new bow window, we will take care of any Building Regulations for a simple replacement window process.

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Bay vs. Bow

Bay windows vs. Bow windows

If you’re looking for a replacement window option that will open the room and let more light in, bay and bow windows are popular window styles. But what’s the difference?

  • Bow windows tend to have 4 or 5 angled openings, whereas bay windows usually have 3 fixed openings. They both stick out in the direction of the outside of the room.
  • The brickwork below a bay window is the same shape as the protruding window. Whereas bow windows feature straight brickwork beneath the window.
  • The structure of a bay window includes one large glass pane, with two smaller windows to the side. With smaller fixed windows, bow windows have a more curved design.
  • The semi-circular design of a bow window suits Victorian architecture and older properties, whilst the sleek lines of a bay window are more popular to add a modern appearance to a home.
  • As bay windows have sharper lines, they give slightly more living space.

Technical

Technical features

  • Multiple chambers that trap heat
  • Capable of achieving A+13 energy rating and low U-values
  • Sculptured (curved) or chamfered (bevelled) frames
  • Suitable for double or triple glazing
  • Highly secure thanks to multi-point locking systems
  • Fully reinforced window frames
  • Frames connected by sturdy structural bay poles
  • Can replace existing bay window or flat window
  • Range of additional hardware to choose from, including bars, handles and hinges

Efficiency

Energy efficiency

A selection of our bay windows fall under Liniar’s EnergyPlus scheme, meaning they offer impressive thermal performance as they can achieve A+ energy ratings. By trapping heat, the lead-free window frames make your heating go further. This, therefore, reduces utility bills and makes for more comfortable living space without draughts or cold spots. This is only possible with their latest technology!

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Bay vs Bow

Bay windows vs. Bow windows

If you’re looking for a replacement window option that will open the room and let more light in, bay and bow windows are popular window styles. But what’s the difference?

  • Bow windows commonly tend to have 4 or 5 angled openings, whereas bay windows usually have 3 fixed openings. They both protrude in the direction of the outside of the room.
  • The brickwork below a bay window is the same shape as the protruding window. Whereas bow windows feature straight brickwork beneath the window.
  • The structure of a bay window includes one large glass pane, with two smaller windows to the side. Bow windows are more arched, with smaller fixed windows.
  • The semi-circular design of a bow window suits Victorian architecture and older properties, whilst the sleek lines of a bay window are more popular to add a modern appearance to a home.
  • Bow windows let in slightly more natural light, as the windowpanes are angled in further directions.

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