Stylish Bow Windows for Homes in Louisville, Elizabethtown, Lexington or Cincinnati
Bow windows are bay windows that are mounted on rounded frames. Like bay windows, bows extend outward away from the house to create additional space within a room. They also provide a wider view of whatever is outside of the home, such as a garden or a panoramic back yard. While bays typically utilize three panels, or lites, bows usually require at least four to create the curved effect, although some bow designs use five or six panels.
The installation technicians at Sunrooms and More are factory trained to ensure a perfect pit every time. That perfect fit with Restorations bow windows is one reason Sunrise windows contribute to potentially significant savings on heating and cooling costs. In addition to reducing your home’s carbon footprint, the windows installed by the home improvement experts from Sunrooms and More allow you a wide range of options when it comes to window style combinations. For example, perhaps you would enjoy an array of five vertical panels: three fixed lites and two outward-swinging casement windows flanking either end. The combination is entirely up to you.
Restorations bay and bow windows feature:
- Ice and water shield barriers that protect the wood from bad weather
- A 1⅛-inch oak veneer wood seat, head and jambs are standard
- Insulated urethane seat board available in double or single insulation packages
- A fully insulated cavity for maximum energy efficiency
- Wood exteriors are capped with vinyl for protection against the elements
Sunrooms and More is a versatile, fully licensed home improvement contractor serving Cincinnati, Louisville, Lexington, and Elizabethtown. No matter your budget or aesthetic tastes, we can help you find ways to make the most of the space available in your home, while also saving you money with additions such as radiant barrier insulation in the attic and insulated siding. To schedule a consultation about new bow windows, contact Sunrooms and More or visit our showroom in Lexington.