BAY & BOW WINDOWS
A Bay Window typically has three openings shaped as angled projections. A bay window's overall structure can be varied. Some bay windows consist of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side. Others consist of three equally sized operational windows. There are several design styles from which you can choose. Bay windows provide a larger viewing area to the outdoors. Their protruding construction provides a 180 degree arc offering a wider views of the outdoors. Bay windows add space to any room and are a great way to brighten dining rooms, living rooms, offices, bedrooms, and kitchens. Bay windows work well with any home style whether the home is cottage, Victorian, ranch, or contemporary.
A Bow Window is usually made up of four or five windows. A bow window's structure is curved. It presents a rounded appearance on the outside of the home. Individual windows in bow construction are typically all the same size. Bow windows provide style to all types of homes from traditional to modern.
Bay and Bow windows both offer an advantage over flat to the structure windows.
Realtors believe bay or bow windows add to the value of a home. They certainly add to a home's beauty and interest.
Superior Windows of Texas Windows offers a wide array of options and styles to enhance the beauty and energy efficiency of your home.