uPVC Bay and Bow Windows

These uPVC windows are the perfect style for replicating traditional wooden bay and bow windows, offering a stylish and low maintenance alternative.

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What is the difference between a bay window and a bow window?

A bay window traditionally has three openings, while a bow window typically has four or five. If you are undecided whether a bay window or a bow window is right for your home then one of our experts will be able to help you make that choice for your replacement windows.

Why choose uPVC bay and bow windows?

Bay windows

Bay windows will allow you to add the illusion of space to any room, as well as allowing lots of natural light to come pouring in. If you have a traditional property then our uPVC bay windows will beautifully match the tone and style of your home and your neighbourhood.

As well as looking great - our uPVC bay windows can also help you reduce your monthly energy costs as our A-rated energy efficiency will mean that your home retains more of its heat. Our high performance windows are also perfect at eliminating unwanted outside noise, leaving you to enjoy peace and tranquility in your home. You also have the option of enhanced energy saving and noise reduction by choosing to have your bay windows triple glazed.

We offer both open-out and tilt and turn bay windows so you can choose the design and style that suits you. Our uPVC bay windows also come in a range of different colours. For homeowners that enjoy modern living - white, black or grey windows could be an ideal choice. Those wanting to add some quaint English character to their home will absolutely love the cream and chartwell options. Or if you prefer a more traditional look then our wood effect uPVC windows are just perfect for you and are available in Irish oak, golden oak, rosewood or mahogany.

Bow windows

The History of Bay Windows

Bay windows became popular in Britain in Victorian times and these impressive windows were installed to make rooms appear larger and brighter and to offer garden views that simply couldn’t be achieved with flat windows. The trend for these visually stunning windows caught on and bay windows started to appear in the USA, Canada and Australia.

In modern times bay windows are no longer reserved just for Victorian style properties and many contemporary and modern homes have also adopted bay windows.

Triple Glazing Available

Triple Glazing Available

As well as a double glazing option, you can also choose our maximum performance triple glazing for your new windows.

Free Comprehensive Guarantee

Free Comprehensive Guarantee

Have complete peace of mind knowing that our windows all come with a free comprehensive guarantee as standard.