Flush sash bay window

Timeless appearance

A bay is an arrangement of two or more individual windows and will add a projection to the property. Larger bay windows can be made from five or even seven individual windows and are often fitted to lounges and front-facing bedrooms. They can be either square or curved in appearance.

Bow and bay windows can incorporate either casement, sliding sash or heritage window styles and can be supplied in either uPVC, aluminium or timber and in a variety of finishes and colours.

Internal view of bay window
Profile 22 bay window with Georgian bars


Utilising the latest thermal technologies, our bay and bow windows are extremely efficient.

Highly Customisable

uPVC, aluminium or timber profiles available in a variety of colours and finishes.

Built to Last

Sourced from leading manufacturers for outstanding quality and durability.

Double or Triple Glazed

Double, triple, toughened, or laminated glass options available.

Bow bay windows

A bow bay window is where the window sashes are arranged in a semi-circular or box style shape, allowing them to naturally protrude from the property. Also known as a plant on bay, a bow window is planted onto the wall and therefore the projection cannot be stood in, whereas a bay window adds a projection to the wall which can be stood in from the inside.

Box bay windows

A box bay window is shaped like a rectangular box and has a flat front and sides, giving a square style structure that protrudes from the wall. This type of bay often has its own roof and is a common feature in Victorian-style homes.