Bay Window Replacement

Typically, bay windows consist of one large window between two casement or double-hung windows that come together to form one large viewing space. It is a decorative style of window that projects outward from the wall, allowing for breathtaking views.

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Features and Benefits

Our philosophy is to provide residents of London, Ontario with the best quality, value and pricing for their home. Every project is different, so from conception to completion, we will work with you to make your unique vision come to life.

Create More Space

Its ability to open up a room makes it a great choice for kitchens, living rooms and master bedrooms.

Let Natural Light In

Make your home more open and inviting by letting in an abundance of natural light.

Comfortable Viewing Spot

Sit on the padded seating area (or “sit-down bay”) beneath the bay for a scenic view.

Upgrade Your Windows

Most window openings can be converted into a bay, and designed to suit your décor.

Save on Energy Costs

The tempered argon-filled glass and airtight and leak-proof design make for a tight seal.

Customize Your Window

Available with paint grade or oak veneer interiors, or 30 and 45 degree configurations.

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Browse our available styles and brands by downloading any of our brochures.

>    Fallsview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

>    Lakeview Window Brochure (PDF, 3.4MB)

>    Timberview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

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Browse Other Styles

Choose from our catalogue of awning, casement, double hung, custom windows, and many more. We take pride in delivering quality windows with superior installation for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bay and bow windows are both popular choices for adding architectural interest and natural light to a home, but they have distinct differences. Bay windows typically consist of three or more window panels arranged in a protruding fashion, with a larger center window flanked by smaller side windows angled towards the exterior. In contrast, bow windows feature a curved or arched design, typically composed of four or more equal-sized window panels arranged in a gentle curve. While both styles offer expansive views and increased natural light, bay windows tend to have sharper angles and a more defined silhouette, while bow windows offer a softer, more rounded appearance.

Bay windows can be an excellent choice for bedrooms, providing several benefits for homeowners. Their expansive design allows for abundant natural light to flood into the room, creating a bright and airy atmosphere that enhances comfort and relaxation. Additionally, bay windows can offer panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, providing a picturesque backdrop for the bedroom. The extended sill space of bay windows also presents opportunities for cozy window seats or additional storage, adding both functionality and charm to the bedroom space.

When planning for window installation or replacement, several key considerations should be taken into account to ensure a successful project. These include assessing the condition of existing windows, determining your budget and priorities, selecting the right window style and features to meet your needs, choosing high-quality materials and energy-efficient options, and finding a reputable window contractor for professional installation. Additionally, considering factors such as local climate, architectural style, and building codes can help guide decision-making and ensure that the new windows enhance both the aesthetics and performance of your home.

Yes, there are energy-efficient options available for window replacements that can help homeowners save on energy costs and improve indoor comfort. One popular choice is triple-pane windows, which feature three layers of glass with insulating gas fillings between them, providing superior thermal insulation and reducing heat transfer. Triple-pane windows also typically have Low-E coatings that help reflect infrared heat while allowing visible light to pass through, further enhancing energy efficiency. Additionally, advanced framing materials, such as vinyl or fiberglass, and features like thermal breaks and weatherstripping contribute to the overall energy efficiency of replacement windows, making them a smart investment for homeowners looking to reduce their carbon footprint and energy bills.

Choosing bay windows for your home offers several advantages that make them a popular choice among homeowners. Firstly, bay windows create a sense of spaciousness and openness, making rooms feel larger and more inviting. Their expansive design allows for ample natural light to enter the home, brightening up interior spaces and reducing the need for artificial lighting during the day. Additionally, bay windows provide panoramic views of the outdoors, allowing homeowners to enjoy scenic vistas and connect with nature from the comfort of their home. The extended sill space of bay windows also offers functional benefits, such as additional seating or storage options, adding versatility and character to the room. Overall, bay windows add architectural interest, aesthetic appeal, and practical functionality to any home.

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