Happy Couple in font of their Home - Bay Windows and Bow Windows in Utah

Are you ready to replace the windows in your Utah home, but can't decide between bay windows or bow windows? To learn more about the aesthetic and functional differences between the two, look no further than the experts at Advanced Window Products.

Bay Windows in Salt Lake City, Utah

Bay Window - Bay Windows and Bow Windows in UtahBay windows increase the value of a home due to their many functions, benefits, and aesthetic appeal. A bay window is usually a centrally-fixed window with 2 smaller window options on either side. The 2 side windows can be vented or fixed. Bay windows from Advanced Window Products feature maintenance-free vinyl frames and an array of energy-efficient glass styles and sizes. Bay windows can be designed to open each of the 3 windows at angled projections. The 3 units of the Bay window are normally built at 25, 30 and 45-degree angles. A 25-degree window, for example, might have a ½ size window with 2 ¼ windows on either side.

Bay windows have a wide range of options in the areas of style and composition. Bay windows are normally narrower than bow windows. Bay windows are great for letting in the natural light and provide great views of the outdoors due to their maximized viewing areas.

Bow Windows in Utah

Bow Windows in Utah - Advanced Window Products

A bow window is another great window option offered by Advanced Window Products. Bow windows normally employ the use of 3, 4, or 5 windows joined together, with the 4-window design being the most common. They are built in the form of a curve and each of the windows can be either fixed or vented. A bow window is more curved than a bay window and often creates a Victorian looking effect, and its design fits in with a multitude of styles. From an exterior view, the bow window displays an austere, rounded--and often customized--appearance.

Bow windows heighten and improve the appearance of spaces. Rooms are brighter and look larger because of bow windows and the windows themselves also creates additional living space. Bow windows allow a great deal of light to a room, more even than a bay window, due to its additional panes of glass and the width of those panes. Bow windows work especially well when installed at the corners of a home.

Benefits of Adding Bay Windows and Bow Windows to Your Home

Additional living space, aesthetic appeal, comfort, enjoyment, and even the improvement of personal health, are just some of the benefits and functional advantages of bay and bow windows. Each pane within a bay window can be designed to open, allowing a great deal of fresh air into a room. Both bay and bow windows create an arc of brightness within a room. They also create the illusion of a larger room and are great at creating room for extra storage space, sitting areas, or hidden compartments.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bay Windows and Bow Windows

The good news is that when someone is trying to select a color for their Bow window, there are a lot of options from which to choose! These can range from red to dark brown, olive, taupe, green, bronze, black, brown, gray, and more! With so many different options to choose from, it might seem a little bit overwhelming; however, think about the category of the color first. Consider warm colors, modern colors, and how the colors are going to coordinate with the entire look. This will help someone pick the right color for their bow window.

Everyone can tailor their bow window to meet their unique needs, right down to the grid! There are plenty of grids that can bring out the unique style of a home. Some people elect to go with a colonial style that uses symmetrical lines. A colonial grille is still among the most popular. There are others who elect to go with a single, horizontal line. This is a unique style that will help set the home apart from some of the others that might be nearby. Still, other homes elect to go with a clean look, electing not to go with any grille pattern at all! Don't be afraid to experiment a little bit!

When preparing to install a bow window, it is important to know how large the window is going to be. First, get a tape measure along with a pencil and paper. Then, measure the height of the window starting with the base and moving to the top of the frame. Then, measure the width from corner to corner. Do not measure any curved areas. Then, take this information to the window specialist and he or she will help with the bow window installation!

Yes! A bay window is incredibly efficient. Even without any fixed panels, a bay window can deliver excellent energy efficiency. Bay windows are slightly smaller and have fewer openings than a bow window, which only adds to their energy efficiency. Therefore, those who are looking for ways to cut down on their energy bills should consider going with a bay window. These can be a great addition to any home!

While bay windows are not often opened, they can be built with side windows that can be opened up when needed. For this reason, many people enjoy the versatility of adding a bay window! Even if a bay window itself is not directly opened, adding one can certainly give a room a more open feel!

There are a few notable differences when comparing and contrasting bay and bow windows. While both are energy efficient, a bow window is typically curved in nature. This creates a rounded appearance on the outside of a home. A bay window is typically smaller in nature. A bay window has a large window with two smaller windows on each side. A bow window typically has four or five angled projections. These are a few of the notable differences. For more information contact Advanced Window Products.

Why Choose Advanced Window Products for Bay Windows and Bow Windows in Utah

  • Pay $0 Down, 0% for 60 Months with Approved Credit
  • Cut out middleman mark-up by buying factory direct
  • Energy-efficient Windows and Doors
  • Lead-safe installation practices
  • Double Lifetime Warranty

Advanced Window Products in Salt Lake City, Utah Can Help With Bay and Bow Windows

Rooms with bay and bow windows are filled with light and are more open looking, creating incredible value for homes. If you're looking for a bay window replacement or for a bow window replacement here in Utah, look no further! We have the know-how you need at the price you want.

Schedule a free estimate from Advance Window Products by calling 801-505-9622, or contact us here. We offer numerous financing options, such as 60 months at 0% interest, as well as custom window designs to fit your needs. Contact us today to learn more.

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