What are Bay Windows?
Bay windows do not look like traditional flat casement windows. These bay windows venture outwards offering a larger internal space whilst offering a panoramic view of outside. Bay windows are commonly 3 to 5 panels, with the more panels provides more windows for ventilation and light entering a room.
Bay window styles
Just like other style windows the bay windows are available in varies styles to best suit the outside of any Peterborough home. Each window can be configured to your requirements. Whether you require a top opener, or side opening, the choice is yours!
Just as the name describes, this box window has an appearance of a box. With the sides and top project from the side of the house with a flat front appearance. Box windows allows the homeowner to sit within this protruding area, otherwise known as a window seat. This additional seated area allows extra light into the room whilst creating an illusion of being outside. Many residential and commercial buildings are opting for this style window. As it maximises light and space with a room.
Bow windows have a curved look offering a round appearance when observed from the outside of the property. Bow windows typically offer more opening than the bay window.
Circle bay windows
The circled bay windows are the roundest of all bay windows. These bay windows are designed with a smooth semi-circular appearance featuring several pane of windows to execute this bay.
Replacement Bay window installation
The grey (anthracite) bay window which we installed was made from uPVC. UPVC is much cheaper than aluminium, which makes it the most popular choice for windows throughout Peterborough. Though white uPVC windows offer a delightful appearance, the homeowner opted for grey as it offer sophistication and elegance to the Peterborough property.
Prior to the removal of the existing bay window, acrow props are inserted on the inside of the property to hold up the ceiling when the bay supporting poles are removed.