Bow & Bay Windows in Suffolk & Essex
Known for boosting the kerb appeal of properties, bow and bay windows are popular throughout Suffolk, Essex, and the surrounding area for their immense beauty. With large panes of glass that curve or angle outwards, bow and bay windows will increase the floor space of your home and flood it with natural light.
Our bow and bay windows will provide excellent thermal efficiency throughout the year. With an A+ thermal efficiency standard, you’ll enjoy a warmer and more comfortable home throughout the year. Feel good in knowing you will be able to rely less on your central heating to keep your home warm this winter.
Safe & Secure
All of our bow and bay windows utilise high-technology locking systems to make sure any unwanted intruders are deterred from your home. We also offer optional child restrictors so that you will have extra peace of mind knowing that our bow and bay windows are safe and secure.
Our bow and bay windows are available in various colours: Silvered Oak, Irish Oak, English Oak, No.10 Black, Eclectic Grey, Corse Lawn, Painswick, Cotswold Green, Cotswold Biscuit, Clotted Cream, Grained White and more! We also offer the sculpted profile for a decorative look and the chamfered profile for a clean and contemporary look.
At Bluelight, we understand that upkeep can be time-consuming. That is why our bow and bay windows require little to no maintenance. To keep your bow and bay windows in good condition, we recommend occasionally wiping them down with a damp cloth.
Make It Yours
Both our bow and bay windows come with various customisation options so that you can truly make it yours. We offer additional design details for our bow and bay windows, such as Georgian bars, astragal bars, decorative sash horns, and leaded glass. Our bow and bay windows can also be internally or externally beaded for extra insulation and security. You can also choose between a four-chamber profile for outstanding thermal energy and a six-chamber profile to achieve an A+ WER.
Why Get A Bow or Bay Window?
Bow and bay windows are popular throughout Suffolk, Essex, and the surrounding area due to the immense beauty and unparalleled views that they offer. Additionally, they are able to add more floor space to a room as the windows jut out of the wall. As a result of this unique design, bow and bay windows help boost the kerb appeal of your home.
In addition to the beauty that they offer, our bow and bay windows are energy efficient and having one installed may result in the reduction of your energy bills. Due to these various benefits, our bow and bay windows are a fantastic addition to any Suffolk or Essex home.
Get in Touch
Start working with us now in Suffolk, Essex, and the surrounding area by using our online quoting system for your bow or bay window. Alternatively, you can contact us on 01473 944914!
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From start to finish, everyone at Blue Light was friendly, helpful, and efficient. I had a new front door fitted and I'm extremely pleased with the quality of the product and the professional fitting service offered by Blue Light. I would definitely recommend them.
Customer service was excellent throughout the whole process and we were kept well informed by Carlo. The glass fitters Darren and Darren were confident and were able to answer any questions we had.
Highly recommend! We’ve struggled finding good tradespeople in the past but we are so happy we used Blue Light for our windows and cladding. Really friendly team and a quality service. We wish we could use them for everything! Thanks team
Blue Light Windows have been fantastic from start to finish. The guys that installed our window were, efficient, tidy, and polite. Will be using this company again.
What is a bow window?
Bow windows are arc-shaped window structures with at least four windows. These windows are typically casement windows and offer a more panoramic view than bay windows do.
What is a bay window?
Bay windows are split into three sections and bow outwards. The centre window is a picture window that cannot be moved and the windows on either side are a different style of window. The two outer windows can usually be moved. Bay windows are commonly angled at 45 or 90 degrees.
What are the similarities between bow and bay windows?
Bow and bay windows are both units of multiple glass windows that extend the floor space of your home by jutting outwards. Both bow and bay windows are also visually interesting as they provide a very wide line of sight when looking out of them. Both windows also add a charm and boost the curb appeal of your home.
What are the differences between bow and bay windows?
The primary difference between bow and bay windows is their configuration. Bow windows are curved and usually have at least four glass sections. On the other hand, bay windows are angled and feature three glass sections.
Where should I install a bow and bay window?
Bow and bay windows are frequently found either in the front of the house or in nooks. Bow and bay windows would be useful in rooms in the front of the house where the extra light and space would be useful, such as the living room. They are also commonly found in kitchens or dining rooms to create a breakfast nook. That being said, bow and bay windows can be installed anywhere in the home, including bedrooms and bathrooms.
Do you offer more customisation options for your bow and bay windows?
Yes, we do! We offer additional features such as leaded glass, Georgian or astragal bars, and decorative sash horns for our bow and bay windows. For further customisation options, please get in touch with a member of our team today!
How much are bow and bay windows?
It is challenging to say the exact pricing of your bow or bay window. There are a lot of variables that affect the price of bow and bay windows. To give you a quote, we will need information such as the size, the style, your approximate location in Suffolk, Essex, or the surrounding area, and any additional information. For a quote, contact us on 01473 944914 or use our online quoting system for more details.