top of page
  • Writer's picture

All You Should Know about Projection Replacement Windows

Do you think it's time to add beauty and space to your home with projection replacement windows? They are some of the most unique and show-stopping windows on the market, extending out from the home and into the yard. They allow you to see more and get more natural light. But how do you know which ones are right for your home? The different types of projection windows are so similar and provide similar functions. They are often confused. Because replacement windows in Pleasanton, CA are such a big investment we would like to help. The experts at Quality Windows and Doors know all about the unique advantages and disadvantages of different projection windows. They can help you make the right decision.

What is a Bay Window?

Bay windows are a single unit that comes with three window panels, also known as lites. The central panel is usually a large fixed window. The flanking windows are usually two smaller windows that open and close. The three windows are set on an angle to project outside. Bay windows come in various sizes, materials, and colors. The largest windows will have extra weight, which might require extra support for the foundation. Bay windows work especially well if you are looking to add a window seat or breakfast nook to a room in your home. Homeowners install these windows in dining rooms, kitchens, and living areas.

What are Bow Windows?

Bow windows are very similar to bay windows. Bow windows have four to six lites equal in size. They can be fixed for operational. But instead of being set on an angle like bay windows, these panels are arranged in a gradual arc. The depth of the curve can be shallow, or deep enough to curve around a corner. These windows tend to be more aesthetic and have a classic style. Homeowners choose bow windows for larger homes what curving architectural details like round rooms or turrets.

What are Garden Windows?

Garden windows are also similar to bay windows, in that they often have a larger fixed panel flanked by two operable windows to the sides for ventilation. But these projection windows are more angular. Another main difference is garden windows also have a sloped glass roof. They can even have glass shelves to hold pots. As you would expect, garden windows are good for letting in plenty of natural light. Homeowners tend to install garden windows in the kitchen as a good way to get fresh herbs year-round.

There are so many advantages to projection windows, the main one being adding extra space to your home. If you are interested in learning more about projection replacement windows in Pleasanton, CA contact Quality Windows & Doors Inc. We have been providing high-quality products to residents of the Bay Area for over 20 years. For more information please call (925) 484-1747 or visit our storefront at 3732 Stanley Blvd. Ste. B, Pleasanton, CA 94566.

85 views0 comments
bottom of page