Bow windows are designed to create a smooth curved appearance, using four to five identical windows. These are usually fitted at a 10-degree angle to create the curved effect they are known for. Bow windows are perfect for bringing a great amount of light into a room, which is why they are a common choice for living rooms. Not only does this make the room appear larger in size but it also allows more daylight to enter the home. Increased daylight in your home can help with several other benefits including a better mood and increased productivity.
Bow windows are versatile and available in our range of casement windows in both PVC and aluminium. You can customise your bow windows to suit your exact taste with your choice of finish and colour. Our bow windows are made to measure at our production facility in Brighouse and we can therefore offer bespoke sizes with various options available when it comes to finishing touches.
Whether you choose a fixed frame, classic side hung or top hung window style your home will benefit from enhanced views and increased natural light. Bow windows are only available in our classic casement window style in your choice of PVC or aluminium.
As well as brightening the room – the multiple windows that make up a bow window offer panoramic views. Due to their curved appearance, double glazed bow windows add a bright and spacious feel wherever they are installed. Bow windows are a traditional window option and we have design options available to create Georgian bow windows with grids in your choice of finish and colour.
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The frames used in the construction of the bow window are fully reinforced and connected using corner posts. The external sill is welded together to create a continuous sill that runs underneath all the window frames. It is possible to replace an existing flat window with a new bow window or even expand the aperture to create an opening for a wide bow window. If you decide to go down this route, please be aware that a new roof above the bow window section is required.
Yes, bow windows can open just like your standard casement window. The frames are joined and depending on which configuration you have chosen your bow window frames will be able to open in one way or another.
Bow windows are made up of multiple window frames, which are then joined at a 10-degree angle. These frames sit upon a cill that has been welded together creating a gentle curve from one side to the other side. Our bow windows are highly flexible and can be customised to suit your requirements. Whether you have a modern or a traditional Edwardian home, bow windows are a great addition. You can choose which section of the bow window you want fixed and which you want opening.
The price range for bow windows will vary depending on the window frame material and the design choices you opt for. PVC bow windows can cost as little as £1,100 supply only. Any security upgrades and additional design changes such as colour and hardware will add to the cost of your new bow windows.
Bow windows are made up of casement windows and this type of window frame is available with integral blinds. You can choose between a carefully selected range of blind colours to suit your interior design and the window frame finish.