Bow Windows Guide
Bow windows are widely known as an elegant way in which to fill a room with light while also creating an architectural centerpiece. Installing a bow window can increase the visual size of a room, while also improving energy efficiency. Featured below is detailed information on the pros and cons, price, and other aspects of bow windows you’ll need to navigate your next window replacement project.
About Bow Windows
Bow windows are elegant feats of architecture and design that extend out from the home and create expansive views. They consist of four or five windows that create the curved shape of the bow window. Bow window are typically made up of casement windows, which open outward. They differ from bay windows, which are typically composed of three windows and form a hexagonal angle rather than a curved shape.
How to Operate Bow Windows
Bow windows are a collection of many casement windows. Casements open using a crank mechanism, which makes them extremely easy to operate. The crank is controlled by using a fold down handle that glides the window open and closed, and holds it open even in the presence of wind.
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