UPVC Bow and Bay Windows

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UPVC Bow and Bay Windows
Windows / Bays & Bows
Variety of designs of bay windows

Variety of designs

A choice of curved or angular bay windows that allow more light to flood into your room

Additional Space created by Bay Windows

Additional Space

Bay windows offer the perfect place for a window seat to enjoy the view from your home

Energy Efficient bay windows

Energy Efficient

Tailor made to the design of your home to improve insulation and minimise draughts

Flood your home with light with modern Bow Windows in a range of styles, or create more space with an elegant Bay Window. Industry-leading VEKA windows can be uniquely shaped to the design of your home, and expertly fitted to eliminate draughts.

Available in 14 Colours

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What’s the difference between bay and bow windows?

The biggest difference in the two is that a bay window will always have a base to it whereas a bow typically doesn’t. A bow window will usually have a fancy timber constructed base below with a Gallows Bracket instead of a brick base and more times than not they will have a canopy roof on top but can fit underneath the house soffit.  They can have 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 sides to them but they still follow the same rule.

Can a bay window be fitted in place of a flat window?

Yes, you are able to replace your flat windows with bay windows, as long as your home’s structure is able to support bay windows.

Bay Windows are available in a range of different styles that can add extra living space as well as creating an attractive feature on your home.  Normally they are fitted at the front of the house and are popular in lounges or living rooms where the extra light is useful.

You can choose from curved or angular bay windows and VEKA frames are available in different colours to match the rest of your windows.

Depending on the type of bay window that you want to install in place of an existing flat window, you will normally need to invest in a small amount of building work to provide the additional footings and replace the flat wall that would normally sit below the window.

As an alternative to a full bay window with brickwork to ground level, you might also want to consider a bow window.  These styles can be fitted as a replacement in the existing aperture while still offering a wider view and some additional space on the windowsill.

Can bow windows be fitted to replace standard flat windows?

Yes, you are able to replace flat windows with bow windows. However, you will need to ensure that your home’s structure will be able to support bow windows, your window installer will be able to check this for you. You will need a new roof and base for the bow window to be installed.

Is there a cost difference if I choose a colour on one or both sides of my product?

Yes, if you choose any other colour rather then 'standard white' as a colour internally or externally there is an extra cost. Visit our visualiser to get an estimate for your home improvement or speak to your local installer for further detail.

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