Similar to bay windows, bow windows are made up of multiple windows that connect to project from the home in an arch shape. But, where the individual windows making up a bay window connect at angles, the windows making up a bow window connect to form a rounder half-circle shape, which is how they got their name.
Surber’s Windows and Doors is a local specialty contractor, proud to provide Indiana homeowners with a premium selection of bow windows to suit their needs.
The Epitome of Versatility
Bay and bow windows are highly versatile both in appearance and function. While these types of windows are typically associated with Victorian-style architecture, they integrate beautifully on any home, from classic to contemporary. Different styles of windows can be used to build a bow window, allowing you to create a distinctive look that best complements your home.
When it comes to function, bow windows have various uses. For instance, more windows can be used to make a bigger arch, essentially creating a small add-on room or nook with the interior space it forms. Homeowners often use this space to build small reading alcoves, sunny breakfast nooks, or cozy sitting areas. More shallow bow windows that don’t create as much room inside have popular functional uses, too. For example, bow windows are frequently outfitted with cushioned window seats with built-in storage.
Quality Bow Windows From Surber’s
At Surber’s, we are proud to offer top-of-the-line vinyl windows by Target Windows & Doors. We choose to install these windows because they are among the top 5% of home windows on the market, known for their incredible energy efficiency and durability. And, our windows are installed only by our own crew of trusted, hourly paid technicians to ensure they look and perform their best for years to come.
To learn more about our bow windows or to schedule an in-home consultation, contact Surber’s Windows and Doors today.