Bay Windows

Install our upvc bay windows and enjoy the benefits of low maintenance, maximum energy efficiency, a custom made window for your home after a free technical survey and high performing A+ glass up to 136% warmer than standard double glazing. They have the option of Secured By Design features and are available in a range of beautiful colours.

Our bay windows are the real statement pieces in our range and really do change the look of a home and room. They allow for a number of styles from bottom opening windows to side opening windows and even tilt and turn. A perfect addition to any home.

About Bay Windows

Our bay windows are easy to use with one handle movement and the possibility to really transform a home.

Bay windows can be installed into a wide variety of homes and come with a fully comprehensive 10 Year Guarantee.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or to find out what offers we have on.

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We have a variety of UK window styles available to best suit your preferences.

See our different windows below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most common questions about double glazing.

A bay window is a type of window that projects outward from the wall of a building, creating an alcove or a bay inside the room. Bay windows are typically made up of three or more windows, with the center window being larger than the other two and projecting further out from the wall. Bay windows are popular in many architectural styles, including Victorian, Tudor, and Colonial.

Bay windows offer several benefits for homeowners, including:

  • Increased natural light: Because bay windows project outward, they allow more natural light to enter the room from multiple angles.
  • Improved views: Bay windows offer panoramic views of the outdoors, making them ideal for homes with scenic views.
  • Added living space: The alcove created by a bay window can be used as additional living space, such as a reading nook, seating area, or even a small dining area.
  • Increased home value: Bay windows can increase the value of your home by adding architectural interest and visual appeal.

There are several types of bay windows, including:

  • Box bay: A box bay window is a simple, rectangular-shaped bay window that is typically used in contemporary homes.
  • Oriel: An oriel window is a type of bay window that is supported by brackets or corbels from below and projects out from the upper floors of a building.
  • Bow: A bow window is a curved bay window that is made up of four or more windows and creates a softer, more rounded appearance.
  • Turret: A turret window is a type of bay window that extends from the corner of a building and has a conical or curved roof.

To keep your bay windows in good condition, you should:

  • Clean them regularly with a soft cloth or sponge and mild soap and water.
  • Check for signs of damage, such as cracks or leaks, and repair them promptly.
  • Inspect the caulking around the window frames and replace it if it is cracked or deteriorating.
  • Lubricate the window tracks and hinges to ensure smooth operation.

Yes, you can install curtains or blinds on bay windows. However, because bay windows have a unique shape, it can be challenging to find window treatments that fit properly. Custom-made curtains or blinds are often the best option for bay windows.

When choosing a style of bay window for your home, consider the architectural style of your home, your personal taste, and your budget. Box bay windows are a good option for contemporary homes, while more ornate styles, such as oriel or turret windows, are better suited to traditional or Victorian homes. It’s also important to choose a style that complements the other windows and architectural features of your home.