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Edmonton, Alberta
T6B 3M9

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Bay / Bow Windows

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Sunny...attractive...spacious...just a few words that describe bay windows and bow windows from Sunrise Windows! Create a breath-taking focal point in your home with a custom made vinyl bay or vinyl bow window from our Vinyl Replacement Window Collection. These handcrafted bay and bow windows feature our energy-efficient vinyl windows combined with an interior header and seat of hand-sanded, furniture finish birch wood, or an optional oak veneer.

Since all Sunrise Windows vinyl bay windows and vinyl bow windows are custom-made for your home, you have a wide array of choices to enhance the appeal of your home. Sunrise Windows bow and bay windows are available with casement windows, single hung windows, or fixed window vents. Select a roof style for your bay and bow windows that will accentuate the architecture of your home.

Bay windows combine three or more windows in a single unit. They have a large center window flanked by two or more smaller windows. The smaller side windows are typically at a 30, 45, 60-degree angle to the wall. With a bay window design you can include sections that open, allowing for many ventilation options.

The main difference between bay and bow windows relates to the amount of windows in each single unit and the curve that they form. Bay windows form an arc or polygon, but when the bay window closely approaches an arc, the window is called a bow. Furthermore, bay windows typically consist of three windows joined together and the center window is usually fixed. The side windows are generally operating single-hung or casement windows.

Features

  • Fully welded frame and sash designed for strength and increased glass life, combined with 3/4" jambs, head and seat become an integral part of your home.
  • Hand crafted to your specifications.
  • High performance hardware and multi-point locking systems.
  • High performance LowE2 Argon filled, (dual or triple seal) insulated glass provides the highest energy efficiency and filters out harmful ultraviolet rays.
  • Energy efficient dual 7/8" double strength glass reduces noise transmission for quieter homes.
  • Interior glazing system for security and long glass life.
  • Good one side plywood head and seat provides a beautiful option to match wood grains or tile.
  • Insulated mullions, minimizes cold spots and drafts.
  • Insulated support bases and roofs in many styles.
  • One-piece design, Sunrise Windows manufactures and assembles the entire window in our factory, assuring the highest quality standards are maintained.

 

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