Bow Window Replacement

The elegant curve of a bow window can open up any room, and create a rounded appearance on the outside of the home. Unlike a bay window, a bow window typically consists of 4 or 5 openings with the option of double-hung or casement windows.

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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

Create a greater sense of spaciousness in common rooms like a living room or kitchen.

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.

Modern yet Classic

The window’s semi-circular outer structure is ideal for any Victorian-style architecture.

Save on Energy Costs

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

Customize Your Window

Available in 10 and 15 degree configurations, with paint grade or oak veneer interiors.

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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

Bow windows can indeed be installed in older homes, but there are several considerations to keep in mind. Since bow windows typically protrude outward from the home’s exterior, they require sufficient structural support to bear the weight of the window assembly. In older homes with outdated or inadequate framing, additional reinforcement may be necessary to accommodate the installation of bow windows. Additionally, it’s essential to assess the condition of the existing window opening and surrounding walls to ensure they are in good condition and capable of supporting the new window. Consulting with a professional window installer or contractor can help assess the feasibility of installing bow windows in older homes and address any special considerations or modifications needed.

Bow windows and bay windows are both popular choices for adding architectural interest and natural light to a home, but they have distinct differences in their design and construction. Bow windows feature a curved or arched design, typically composed of four or more equal-sized window panels arranged in a gentle curve. In contrast, bay windows 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. While both styles offer expansive views and increased natural light, bow windows have a softer, more rounded appearance, while bay windows tend to have sharper angles and a more defined silhouette.

When selecting replacement windows, several essential qualities should be considered to ensure optimal performance and longevity. These include energy efficiency, durability, aesthetics, ease of maintenance, and warranty coverage. Energy-efficient windows with features like Low-E glass and insulated frames can help lower energy bills and improve indoor comfort. Durable materials such as vinyl, fiberglass, or aluminum ensure longevity and resistance to weathering and corrosion. Aesthetic considerations such as window style, grille patterns, and frame color should complement the architectural style of your home. Easy-to-clean features like tilt-in sashes can make maintenance more manageable, while warranty coverage provides peace of mind against defects or issues.

Professional window installation offers several advantages over DIY installation, including expertise, efficiency, warranty protection, and peace of mind. Professional installers have the necessary skills, experience, and equipment to ensure proper measurement, fit, and installation of windows, minimizing the risk of errors and ensuring optimal performance and longevity. Additionally, professional installation often comes with warranty coverage, providing protection against defects or installation issues that may arise. While DIY installation may seem cost-effective initially, it can lead to costly mistakes and compromised performance if not done correctly. Investing in professional installation ensures a seamless and hassle-free process, saving time, effort, and potential headaches in the long run.

Several warning signs indicate that it may be time to replace your windows. These include visible damage such as cracks, warping, or rotting in the frame or sashes, which can compromise the window’s structural integrity and energy efficiency. Additionally, difficulty opening, closing, or locking the windows, drafts or air leaks around the frame, increased noise infiltration, and rising energy bills are all signs that your windows may need replacement. If you notice any of these warning signs, it’s essential to consult with a professional window contractor to assess the condition of your windows and recommend the best course of action.

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