Bow and Bay windows

Bow and Bay Windows

Bay and bay windows make a fantastic enhancement to the front of your home.

While creating an attractive window ledge feature, the Bow window also allows light to flood in. Bay windows are very similar with the added feature of giving you more space in your home.

We often install Bow and Bay windows in pairs which gives your home a symmetry that is pleasing on the eye.

Both bows and Bays require a canopy. This is available in a range of materials including fibreglass, PVCu, decorative lead or a tiled roof.

The glass units can also be be clear, leaded or come with decorative patterns.


High locking mechanism as standard

Plain or sculptured bay poles available

Load bearing structured poles available

Galvanised steel reinforced outer frame

Range of hardware styles and colours

A number of sill options available

Energy efficient - saving money on your heating bills!


We are proud to offer a wide range of colours and styles for your window and door hardware.  We have specially sourced a wide range of durable hardware in a good selection of colours and finishes. We are sure that these ‘hi-spec’ items will add the individual finishing touches to your windows, doors and conservatory.

Casement handles

Choose your colour

Our PVCu windows are available in a wide range of colours. You can choose from the standard, smooth white or from 18 foiled and grained finishes. Our foiled woodgrain give the appearance of traditional timber windows and are suitable for period or modern properties.

Take a look at our colour chart for some ideas on your windows.

Colour Swatches

Glass Styles

Choose from a wide selection of decorative overlay patterns and obscurity levels to match your door style – from floral to traditional and fusion to bevelled in a choice of colours. The TS Collection offers an array of feature and security glasses, available in standard toughened or laminated finishes extruded to the sash frame – giving a larger visible glass area, which gives you an even better view of your garden.

Acoustic glazing forms an effective barrier to external noise, allowing you to sleep restfully in a tranquil environment.

You can enjoy your home at a sensible noise level so you can relax and unwind without additional stress.

Your family can study and concentrate without the distraction of excessive noise.

Reduce impact noise, particularly on conservatory roofs when it is raining.

Sound reduction glass

Acoustically insulating glazing can help keep noise outside so you can enjoy your living space in peace and quiet.

Noise pollution is a serious issue, particularly when living in an area with high levels of air traffic or busy roads. Too much noise can be damaging to health (increased stress, disrupted sleep). It can hinder academic learning and concentration.


Your home should be a place where you can shut out the world and escape the pressures of your working day. By fitting acoustic windows you can keep noise at bay and enjoy your surroundings in peace and quiet.