Replacement windows not only improve the comfort level of your home, but the windows that you select can also make a big difference in what kind of return you can expect on your initial investment. Every home is unique, and each setting deserves individual attention as to what type of window should be installed into that opening. There is no “one size fits all” answer in the replacement window industry….at least not from a professional remodeler.
When an ordinary window doesn’t do justice to your setting, consider a bay or bow window. By turning your living room into the focal point of your home, you will be rewarded with the undeniable beauty that is provided with the sweeping panoramic view that a bay or bow provides.
In a very simple definition, a bay or bow is a combination of windows that project outward from the home. A bow window sweeps away from the wall in a gentle arching fashion and contains groupings of four, five, or six windows. A bay window contrasts the look of bow with distinctive angles, and is typically installed in openings that are not as wide as those that are built for a bow.
Installation of a projection window requires the expert, technical skill of a master craftsman. With a projection window an entirely new cluster of concerns must be addressed at the time of installation. Water intrusion, thermal transference, and structural support are a few of issues that must be properly dealt with. A window installation technician at Richard Larson Builders understands the effects that time, gravity, and mother nature throw at a bay or bow window and their careful attention to detail allows for years of worry free enjoyment.
With the experience that 45 years in business provides, it is easy to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors without paying to heat and cool it. Leave the scenery in the background, and turn an average window into a dazzling focal point of your house with a new bay or bow unit.