Bow Windows

Bow windows are a type of bay windows. They are called bow windows because of their shape, which is slightly curved. They are pretty much look like bay replacement windows in Austin because they’re also made with grouping windows. The feature that best describes bow windows would be their crescent shape, which projects outward. Because of this feature bow windows are used to add a stunning design element to houses. Since bow windows are pretty similar to bay windows in terms of design, they also provide extra space inside a room and let good amounts of light in.

Bay-Bow-WindowBow windows have many varieties. Some bow replacement windows are made with curved glass. Other models have straight panels of glass, which give them a more circular look than regular types of bow windows.

The extra living space that bow windows provide can also be used for ornaments, houseplants, and cushioned seats. Among the different types of items that can be placed on bow windows, people prefer using cushioned window seats because they provide a place where they can relax inside the room.

If you’ve decided to get bow replacement windows for your project, it would be best for you to get ones that are made with windows which can be opened, on both sides. Plus, you can also choose models that are equipped with double paned glass, which are intended to provide better insulation inside the house. With these bow windows, you can easily make your home more energy-efficient.

 

Features

  • 7/8” insulated glass
  • Intercept spacer system
  • Fusion welded frames and sashes
  • All windows double strength glass
  • Full 3 ¼” frame thickness
  • Electrostatic coated fiber glass screens

 

Options

  • Triple Pane
  • Self Cleaning Glass
  • Wood Grain Laminates (on certain models)
  • Full screen
  • Grids-contoured and flat
  • Obscure glass
  • Tempered glass
  • Tinting (limited factory tint available)
Color and Laminate Option from Zen Windows

 

 

Take a closer look at the color,
woodgrain and grid options for
your
replacement windows here.