PVDF luminium bay windows aluminium french windows with Double
white, wood color.coffee.silver.golden or customized
EXW,FOB and CIF
Fiberglass Flyscreen or steel
1)Made in China:Kinlong,Hopo,Chunguang,etc
2)Made in German: Hoppe, Siegenia, Roto
EPE inside and strong carton outside
Thermal break or Non-thermal break
The choice to replace a bay or bow window is a big one as the
windows are significant investments for any
homeowner. To that end, we wanted to create this guide on how to
replace your bay or bow window. Here
are the nine most commonly asked questions from homeowners when
they are considering a bay or bow
What are the advantages and disadvantages of a bay or bow window?
There are so many advantages to a bay or bow installation. The
first – instant curb appeal and therefore a
positive impact on your home value. Bays and bows also add more
space in a room and more natural light.
The difference can be dramatic both inside and outside of your
home. Just like all windows, if installed
incorrectly, it won’t perform the way it was designed to. And also,
while all of that light can be amazing it can
be costly if the bay or bow window is not energy efficient.
Fortunately, all of ours are here at Simonton. But
not all bay or bows are, especially the older wood bay or bow
When should I replace my bay or bow window?
Due to their poor construction in the past, bay and bow windows
installed 15 to 20 years ago are more apt
to rotting wood and other common problems. Often outdated and in
need of replacement, common bay and
bow window issues include cranks no longer working or handles
falling off so you can’t actually open one of
the windows. Other common issues include sun and moisture issues
warping the wood on the seat of the
bay or bow. Rather than completely resanding, refinishing or
repainting a wooden bay or bow, it is just more
time and cost efficient to replace them.