BAY & BOW WINDOWS

Bright and beautiful

Bay and bow windows look similar but have a few notable differences:

  • A bay window has three panels projecting outside the home: a fixed panoramic centre window parallel the wall and two smaller angled panels on either side. Fixed, casement or hung windows may be used for these.
  • A bow window generally consists of four or five panels. As the name suggests, these panels form a bow shape. While the centre panels of a bow window are fixed, people often opt for operable side windows, with casement and hung windows being popular choices.

While bay windows typically project further out, both types help expand a space, create a sense of depth and maximize light.

A distinctive choice

Due to their unique design, bay and bow windows give homes a distinctive look. While bay windows are very popular in new buildings, bow windows give a Victorian accent, although they are also appropriate for other types of architecture.

When combined with personalized elements like decorative grids or moulding, bay and bow windows become eye-catching decor elements in and of themselves.

Portes et Fenêtres Président Couleurs

Manufacturing options

COLOURS
Portes et fenêtres Président has a 30-shade palette to choose from, so you can match your new windows to your decor. Our factory uses a solvent free, water-based process that is safe for the environment. The product reflects the sun’s rays, which keeps PVC temperatures at an acceptable level. Its finish is durable and resistant.

GRILLES
Portes et fenêtres Président offers a full range of grille and pattern options adaptable to different house styles. These options help you personalize your windows and add a unique touch to your home.

GLASS
Portes et fenêtres Président offers the best combination on the market: LowE 180 glass—which keeps your house cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter—paired with NEAT™ coating, the most effective self-cleaning glass.