Bay Windows Designed And Installed
We have always found uPVC bay and bow windows to be very popular, probably because they add light and space to create a bright airy ambiance. Whether or not you’re replacing an existing bow or bay window or would like to convert a flat window, we’ll be able to talk you through your options.
Our bay and bow windows are available in a range of colours, including classic white, rosewood, oak, grey and more. These colours can be teamed with lead work, Georgian bar or fancy bevelled glass designs. Your replacement windows will be made-to-measure for your home, so you can be as creative or traditional as you like.
Where Quality Counts
Our standard bay windows are made using Kömmerling’s 70mm Ovolo profile. We’ve been using Kömmerling the whole time we have been in business and truly believe it is the best 5 chamber uPVC profile on the market. It is lead-free, so won’t go yellow or discolour, and has some of the best thermal ratings on the market. Our frames are reinforced with galvanised steel where necessary and the joints are fusion welded, which results in true angles and very strong welds.
A Choice Of Beautiful Styles
As an alternative to regular uPVC bay windows, we also install bays by the Residence Collection. This is a stunning flush sash window that is designed to imitate the flush look of traditional timber windows, whilst allowing homeowners to benefit from the high-performance properties of modern day uPVC windows.
Residence Collection windows are not only stylish but are designed to withstand the test of time, too. They include state of the art design features and champion British craftmanship blending time honoured traditions with modern manufacturing processes. With a range of splendid styles and configurations, including bay windows, Residence Collection windows allow you to create an individual design statement for your home. This is a relatively new addition to our product portfolio, so enquire now if you’d like to lear more.
Can I Convert A Flat Window Into A Bay?
Yes, it is often possible to convert a flat window into a bay or bow window. They can make a handsome addition to almost any property and can give the illusion of a bigger room, making it feel much brighter.
When we undertake a bow or bay window conversion, we create a new internal window sill that extends out from the building line, which is supported underneath by traditional timber gallows brackets. We then construct a new canopy to sit above the frames with a new insulated timber and scalloped lead top hat.
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