Renewal by Andersen® Window Spotlight: Bow WindowsOctober 15, 2020
Is your living or dining room lacking in aesthetic appeal? If so, a great way to add elegance, bring in more natural light and create extra space is with the addition of a beautiful Renewal by Andersen® bow window. Read on to learn more about this window style.
How They Work
A bow window is comprised of four or more windows that project out from the exterior of a house to create a graceful curve. The more windows you incorporate, the more light and interior space you’ll add to your home. Though casement windows are commonly used in a bow window because they can be opened for ventilation, some of the windows in the configuration can be stationary. Bow windows from Renewal by Andersen of Northeast PA are less angular than bay windows, with multiple windows combining to form a beautiful arch that adds to the aesthetic value of a home. Learn more about bay windows.
The Perfect Spot
Along with making a dramatic architectural statement, a bow window forms an alcove that’s perfect for a variety of different uses, such as a window seat. Just add a cushion or some throw pillows to create a cozy spot to read or enjoy the view. It can also be a great place to display special pictures or home décor items.
Customize With Color & Detail
Renewal by Andersen bow windows are available in several different color options. Grilles can be added for more detail or omitted for an unobstructed view. Our energy-efficient Fibrex® windows with High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass options allow you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while at the same time keeping out the summer heat.
Request a Free Window Estimate Today
If you’re in need of replacement windows and would like to add curb appeal with a new bow window from Renewal by Andersen of Northeast PA, give us a call today at (610) 849-2800 to find out how to get started. Our knowledgeable product specialists are here to help!