Bay windows are popular for their aesthetic appeal both inside and outside of the home and for their ability to let in lots of natural light. This versatile style is popular in kitchens and living rooms, giving your home a clean look and increasing its value. Although initially prevalent in Victorian homes, updated styles can be easily incorporated into the design of modern houses. With an extended panoramic view, this style adds a touch of elegance and opens up a room, giving the impression of a larger living space. The area created inside is perfect for a reading or dining nook and the deep sill can be used to display plants or artwork. This style also provides excellent ventilation; with two operational sides, you can enjoy a nice outdoor breeze.
Super Spacer is a non-metallic, silicone rubber material used in both double and triple glazed units.
Preserve the integrity of your sealed unit and resist glass fractures.
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UPVC (Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride) is the only premium vinyl used by Centennial.
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Designed with longevity in mind, all corners of our frames and sashes are cut at a 45° angle.
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This easy-to-clean, classic style allows for open ventilation with almost weightless operation.
This window style suits most areas of the home, letting in lots of natural light while remaining extremely energy efficient.
This lightweight window can be opened from either end and is most popular in bedrooms, bathrooms, and finished basements.
Attractive and contemporary, this easy to use window is perfect above the kitchen sink.
This window offers lots of natural light, an unobstructed view, and is the most energy efficient type of window.
This window style provides a great view as well as flexible ventilation options.
Bow windows bring a lot of natural light into your home and their curvature makes for an interesting and open living area.
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Not only are these windows the perfect way to create a feeling of openness in a living space, they also add curb appeal to your home and can brighten dark spaces. When deciding if this style is right for a particular room in your home, start by consulting with a professional manufacturer and installer. There are several factors that need to be considered and they will be able to guide you through the process to make sure you are satisfied with your new product.
Bay windows are constructed from three windows — usually a fixed style in the centre with operational ones on either side. With standard construction, they come together to form two 45⁰ angles. Bow windows are made of four or more windows — usually a combination of fixed and operational styles. They form a slight curve as they project away from the exterior wall of the home.
When determining the size, you must take into consideration the size of the opening and the projection — how far it will come out from the exterior wall. If you are thinking about installing a bay window where one does not currently exist, it’s a good idea to have a professional manufacturer and installer inspect the wall before you begin to provide a recommendation of size and installation technique.
Any operational styles will have screens. Depending on the style that you choose, the screens will either be on the interior or exterior of the home. Bay windows with casement screens will be on the interior of the home and those with double hung screens will be on the exterior.