Square fronted or curved, Bay windows can be found in terraced houses, semis, detached houses and in today’s modern high rise flats, once a popular feature of Victorian architecture a Bay Window continues to add value to any property.
Bay windows can increase the flow of natural light into a building making a room appear larger, ‘bays’ also provide views of the outside which would be unavailable with an ordinary flat window. If you are looking for a Bay window installer TWG not only install Bay windows but we also repair Bay windows too.
As a bow window installer TWG know a bow window or compass window is designed to create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of a building, providing a wider view of the garden or street outside and typically combine four or more casement windows which join together to form an arch. Bow windows first appeared in the eighteenth century in the United Kingdom but are becoming more popular with today’s discerning house owner.
PVCu is a naturally insulating and thermally efficient material which can enhance almost any bow or bay window. Modern pvcu is now available is various profiles, colours, and foils, Contour profile mimics the look of wood, while Linear (left) gives a more contemporary style. Both are easy to clean and almost maintenance free.