Bay and Bow Windows
Although they’re often confused with one another because they both protrude from the house, bay windows and bow windows are not the same.
Letting in the Light
A bay window is usually made of three or four windows projecting from the house at angles of 30, 45, or 90 degrees, with the middle section parallel to the exterior wall of the house. A bow window usually has four or five sections shaped in a graceful curve, which is the bow.
The sections of each type may be fixed, operable, or a combination of the two. Bay and bow windows are typically rather heavy and need to be well supported.
Both types allow more light into the home while offering wider views of the outside world than an ordinary window.
Centennial sells and installs bay and bow windows from these top-quality Canadian manufactures:
- Elite Windows
- Kohltech Windows
- Farley Windows
- Bonneville Windows
- Greenview Windows
- All Weather Windows
Contact Centennial Today
Call Centennial today at 613-738-9500, use our contact form, or drop by our showroom at 855 Industrial Ave. to discuss options and solutions that will work best for your specific needs, timelines and budget.