Our window experts at Home Path Windows and Doors have a combined 25 years of experience in bay and bow windows replacement and installation. Bay and bow windows come in many shapes and sizes, so it’s important to find experts you trust to make the process a painless one.
Bay windows have become popular among homeowners, with a large center window and two narrower windows on each side. The two smaller windows are built in at an angle, creating a kind of pocket in a trapezoid shape. Normally, these windows extend beyond your exterior wall.
Bow windows are incredibly similar to bay windows, but without the sharp angles and comprised of more window panels. Bow windows are installed with four or more windows, allowing for a more curved look than bay windows. These windows do require a bit more installation room than bay windows to create that more curved look.
While there are slight differences between these windows, both bay and bow windows allow a lot of natural lighting and offer more views than a standard window whether it’s your kitchen or the bedroom. Replacing or installing these windows should be done by an expert to ensure longevity. However, the brand also plays a role. This is why we trust brands like: Andersen, Pella, and Provia.
Home Path Windows and Doors offers bay and bow windows in three high-quality materials: Wood, Fiberglass, and Vinyl. Learn more about each material type to better decide which is best for your home.
Wood/Clad – Wood is known for class and elegance; and that is exactly what you get with wood bay and bow windows. If you like the wood look, but want the color to better match with your home, the casings can easily be painted or stained to fit. Wood is strong and a natural insulator, offering the strength to keep support large bay windows, while bringing warmth and the reduction of sound.
Fiberglass – Fiberglass is becoming a more popular material for bay and bow windows, and for good reason. Many fiberglass windows include powder-coat finishes that are resistant to scratches, dings and dents, and will not warp in extreme temperatures, ensuring strength and longevity. Bay and bow fiberglass windows also offer a more contemporary look with clean lines and are easily customized to fit your home’s aesthetic.
Vinyl – Vinyl windows are highly energy efficient, especially with our windows being built with fully welded sashes and multi-chambered frames. However, vinyl is also light-weight, so you will save money in the long-run on both your heating/cooling and the low need for maintenance. Bay and bow vinyl windows can give your home a modern and unique look that is customizable, to perfectly match the other style elements of your home.
Home Path Windows & Doors has proudly served the Southeastern Wisconsin area with bay and bow window replacement for over 14 years. From initial estimates to final installation/replacement, our experienced team ensures an honest and stress-free experience for all customers. Home Path Windows and Doors is dedicated to adhering to ethical business practices and customer satisfaction. Contact us today for your FREE estimate!