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Throughout Suffolk and beyond, bay windows have been a popular architectural feature ever since the Victorian era. Seamlessly welcoming vast amounts of light in, this superb symmetrical protrusion can also make an attractive seating area that the whole family can enjoy.
Beautiful bay windows are recognised by the way they extend beyond the exterior facade. Superbly symmetrical, bay windows welcome more natural light inside than most other window styles – resulting in rooms that appear much bigger and brighter. Available double glazed or triple glazed, in practical uPVC, premium aluminium, and authentic timber window frames, our refined bay windows will complement any type of property they’re applied to.
|Colours||150+ RAL colours and 8 woodgrain options. Dual colour options are also available.||150+ powder coated RAL colours and 4 woodgrain options. Dual colour options are also available.||30 microporous painted colours and a range of authentic wood effects.|
|Glazing||Double or triple glazing. Decorative glazing can also be included.||Double or triple glazing. Decorative glazing can also be included.||Double or triple glazing. Decorative glazing can also be included.|
|Energy efficiency||A fully welded 6 chamber profile achieves A++ energy ratings and U-values of 0.8 W/m2k.||An 80mm thermally broken profile attains A+ energy ratings and U-values of 0.9 W/m2k.||Using a singular pane of treated hardwood timber, it’s A+ energy rated. With U-values as low as 0.8 W/m2k, it conforms to BS5713.|
|Security||A shootbolt locking system exceeds building regulation standards. Additional security extras can be included.||One of the strongest construction materials available and fitted with advanced multipoint locks, it surpasses security regulations. Additional security extras can be included.||Multipoint locking systems and toughened glass are fitted as standard to accomplish BS6206 standards. Additional security extras can be included.|
|Life expectancy||At least 35 years with no maintenance required. The anti-fade coating keeps the material looking pristine.||At least 45 years, with no maintenance needed. It’s corrosion and rust-resistant.||At least 60 years. A coating of wood protection should be applied every 5-7 years.|
|Suitability||A cost-effective solution, uPVC is customisable, high-performance and modern looking.||Slimline frames will modernise any property type and let in more natural light, whilst providing premium benefits.||Get the heritage timber appearance with the modern performance that our responsibly sourced timber offers.|
Our realistic wood effect finishes are available in white, black, oak, cream, and natural. Use our Kolor Bond system to create the perfect shade for you. For the ultimate in customisation choose any RAL colour for your uPVC, timber, or aluminium windows.
Any RAL Colour
Any RAL Colour
Any RAL Colour
Our uPVC, timber, and aluminium bay windows are double glazed for a warmer, safer home. Customise your frames and add Georgian bars in a variety of configurations.
Our attractive bay windows are available in uPVC, aluminium or timber to allow you to choose the material perfect for your home.
Efficient, affordable and eye-catching – it’s no surprise that uPVC is the most popular window material.
Irresistibly elegant and authentically crafted, timber windows will never go out of style.
100% recyclable, slimline aluminium is the ideal material to forge dreamy contemporary renovations.
Bay windows have a unique curved appearance which will easily add kerb appeal to any home. We offer a plethora of customisation choices, ensuring a tailor-designed solution that will achieve your personal tastes. There are up to 150+ RAL colours and timber effects, decorative glass options, window furniture pieces and even dual colour options for the ultimate flexibility. With bevelled (sloping), ovolo (curved), stormproof (lipped) or flush (flat) frames to choose from, there's a style that suits both new and old homes.
You can also choose the number of window panes for a bay window style that can fit any size or space. Letting in much more natural light, they'll brighten your rooms and give the illusion that rooms are larger than they are as the window expands further than the existing wall.Get a price
We can install uPVC, aluminium and timber bay windows, but which is the best choice for you? Ultimately it comes down to your personal preferences and budget, but you can be sure that they all excel in their performances.
uPVC bay windows are the most favoured with UK homeowners as they are more cost-effective. Although, they are able to last for over 35 years ensuring to be a great investment for any home. With A+ energy rated multi-chambered frames and modern locking mechanisms fitted as standard, your home's energy efficiency and security will be drastically increased. Our high-quality uPVC windows won't fade, rot or corrode either, providing a low-maintenance solution that fits the busy lifestyle of modern homeowners. With over 150+ RAL colours, the design options are endless!
Aluminium bay windows combine a contemporary slimline appearance with the traditional bay window style. The thin frames will let in plenty of natural light, whilst adding a sleek aesthetic to the exterior of your home. They have thermally broken frames which are incredibly robust and secure, whilst also boasting A+ energy ratings for superior performances in all aspects. Our high-quality aluminium won't fade, rot or corrode and require no maintenance for their lifespan which commonly exceeds 45 years.
Timber bay windows are elegant and will add a classic charm to any home; with over 30 colour choices they can easily complement any type of property. Our sustainably sourced wooden materials don't rot, fade or split and need only a coating of wood protection to be applied every 5-7 years. Able to perform like new for over 60 years, they're an excellent investment for any home. Your home will benefit from A+ energy ratings and incredibly levels of durability, for peace of mind that your family are safe and secure.Get a price
Bay windows typically feature 3 windows, fitted at right angles of 90, 130 and 150 degrees. Whereas bow windows usually feature 4 or 5 windows that are arranged in a curved shape, positioned at angles of about 10 degrees.