Trying to find the best company to remodel your home can be stressful. Thankfully, you can depend on Clevernest to replace your windows with the best service in the industry. Partnering with us ensures that you work with a company that has the experience and knowledge to complete your project flawlessly.
There are a number of reasons why our customers choose us to manage their projects throughout Central Indiana. So we thought we’d share a few:
- We employ a team of installers who are trained and certified
- Clevernest offers a variety of “energy smart” window products to suit every style and budget
- Window installations are backed with warranties to protect you from any unexpected defects or problems
- We’re serious about customer satisfaction
What’s the Difference Between Bay and Bow Windows?
A bay window is comprised of three windows that slant out and away from the house. A bow window typically has four to six angled windows. The center section of the bay window is usually a larger fixed picture window with smaller windows on either side. A bow window, on the other hand, has a curved structure with more rounded features, which adds an aesthetically pleasing look to the outside of your home.
There comes a time in every homeowner’s life when they must consider replacing those old, outdated windows. Installing new windows can increase energy-efficiency and drastically improve the appearance of your house. A couple of great styles to consider are bay and bow windows, but both options come with a unique set of pros and cons.
Bow and bay windows both let in a decent amount of light, but the curved shape and width of the bow window allows even more light and provides a much broader view of the outdoors. However, even a small bay window will brighten up a room better than a standard flat window.
The design of the bow window means that only a few of the windows can be opened. This is because there is not enough space for the opening mechanisms to be installed and keep the smooth, curved shape. Bay windows on the other hand, have enough space between the glass panes so that the mechanisms can open all of the windows.
Bay windows stick out further from the home allowing for more floor space. However, either option gives you the opportunity to add window seating or other furniture and artwork to spruce up your décor.
Neither is an Option Too!
Sometimes homeowners already have a Bay or Bow Window, and they have decided they would rather just see a straight set of windows. Clevernest can modify the opening to accept a more basic straight line of windows as well. This will sometimes prove to be a less expensive solution as well.
Clevernest has an impressive selection of bay, bow, and other window styles. Call one of our consultants today at 317-688-8100, so that we can help you lay out the details of your next project!