Bay-Bow Windows Features
- Bow windows first appeared in the 19th century in Victorian-style homes. Bay windows became popular in the early 1900s. Today, both are seen in a wide variety of architectural styles.
- Bow windows are typically 4, 5, or 6 individual, equal-size windows set at angles to create a gradually arched projection. The window units are usually fixed or casements.
- Bay windows typically have a large center-fixed window with equal-size flankers on each side using a double-hung or casement unit. The side flankers are configured at a 30-degree or 45-degree angle.
- Bay and bow windows both have a solid top headboard and a bottom seat board. Both are made of furniture-grade plywood and are fully insulated at the time of installation.
BlackBerry’s Limited Lifetime Warranty
BlackBerry Systems offers some of the best warranties on the market, with Limited Lifetime Workmanship and Glass Breakage warranties that give you unmatched protection for your installed products. We take pride in our work and have a full-time dedicated service department to address all possible product warranty issues that may occur.
Financing Options to Suit Your Needs
BlackBerry works with both Synchrony and Enerbank to offer you a variety of financing options, tailored to meet your needs and get your home improvement project going! Both Synchrony & Enerbank are industry leaders in home improvement lending, offering excellent customer service and lending options.