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Bay Windows

Bay Windows

Bay windows project outward from the side of the house. They are made up of a central window and two side windows. The central window is usually fixed, and parallel to the existing wall. The side windows are set at a 30°, 45°, 60°, or 90° angle. They’re often casements or double-hung styles and are either stationary or operating. Bay windows have a deep sill area that’s commonly used as a display for plants. Whether you choose to install a bay window in your master bedroom, kitchen, or living room, there are several advantages and disadvantages to consider.

The advantages of bay windows are:


Bow windows and bay windows are often confused, based on the names. Although bow and bay windows have the same effect, they are a bit different in construction. Bay windows have three parts, while bow windows have four or more window units joined together to form an arc

Disadvantages The disadvantages of bay windows are: