About Bay and Bow Windows
Are there certain rooms in your home that could use some extra natural light? Bay & Bow windows from Window Depot Dayton project light, as well as opening up your room by adding some extra living space!
Bay windows are made by joining together three window panels. The middle one is parallel to the side of your home where it is installed. The other two windows are angled to meet at the center panel. Bow windows, on the other hand, incorporate three or more panels and normally take on a curved (or bowed) shape. The end panels are usually operable.
At Window Depot Dayton, we custom-make Bay & Bow windows to fit your personal needs. We can manufacture Bay & Bow windows using Double Hung or Casement windows on each end, along with a fixed picture window in the middle. We also offer Signature Series Dimension Projection Windows, which include foam-filled structural mullions and a threaded rod to secure the head and seat boards.
Here is a list of standard features that our Bay & Bow windows incorporate:
- 100% virgin uiPVC
- Choice of Double Hung or Casement for end panels
- Multi-chamber extrusion design
- Warm Edge glass spacing
Most cities include the following features as well:
- 10, 15, 30, or 45 degree mullions
- Birch head and seat boards
- 1 inch thick insulated glass units
We also offer some additional features that can be added to your Bay & Bow Windows:
- Low Emissivity glass (Low E)
- Argon or Krypton insulating gas
- Colonial or Diamond grids
- Tempered safety glass
Many cities provide a few more options:
- Interior simulated wood finish
- Exterior color finish
- Oak head and seat boards
Fill out a Free Estimate quote form today, and one of our consultants will contact you in a timely manner. Let Window Depot prove to you why we are your best choice for replacement windows.
Great experience from start to finish! I have used them twice - once for a rental house, and now for my primary residence. Ron came out and measured everything, and gave me the various window options. He wasn't overselling anything, and let me make my own decision. Ron also had some really helpful information about lead paint, as we are remodeling an old house. Then, for the install, Keith helped us. He was better than we could have hoped for. He really knew his stuff. We had weird storm windows on the house before, so when he took them off there was an open section that needed to be covered. He cut the new vinyl trim on-site, and fit it all together with our totally-not-level 100 year old house. It makes a world of difference. Keith also showed us how to operate our new windows, because I had never used the tilt-in type of window before. So again, a great experience from start to finish. This is the second time I have used them, but I'm sure it won't be the last!
Love our new windows from Window Depot. The installer did a beautiful job and the whole process went smoothly. Would definitely recommend !
Keith and Tod did an excellent job on the install and even came back to the house after siding was finished to caulk in all the windows and doors. This company was fast and really good on price. I would recommend to anyone and will be using for future investment properties.
Working with Window Depot was a great experience through the entire process! The part that impressed me the most was where they replaced the sill and the rotten wood around it. This was on an old barn that was in rough shape. Keith definitely took the extra time to do it right despite the cold and rainy conditions. Much appreciated and will use them again if I get the chance.
Just got some new windows installed and I am thrilled on how good they look. Keith was the guy doing the install and was sending me updates via text along each install. Overall it was a great decision to work with window depot great price great service and great looking windows on my new house. Thanks to the great people who work at window depot.