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Making the Case for Bay and Bow Windows

Ever think of having a bay or bow window in your home? These two types of windows are among some of the biggest options available to homeowners, thanks to featuring multiple panels. And because they can be big, they are also some of the more expensive types of windows you can put in your home. Are bay and bow windows right for you?

The good stuff

Because of their size, bay and bow windows have a number of advantages over other types of windows, including offering:

The “bad” stuff

No window is perfect; even bay and bow windows have their weak points. Fortunately, these “bad” points aren’t that bad at all, and there are plenty of workarounds you can employ to address them and make bay and bow windows viable options nonetheless.


Author Bio:

Chelsea Rokusek is Marketing Manager, Renewal by Andersen of Phoenix.


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