Bow & Bay UPVC Windows
Bay and bow windows are a great way to bring more light into your home. Choose from different styles and colours to get exactly what you need.
The ultra-slim frames of Liniar’s beautiful bow and bay windows increase the flow of natural light as well as creating an enhanced field of view. Enrich the look of your bow and bay windows with a range of additional designs including leaded glass, Georgian bars, or decorative sash horns.
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With a wide range of window hardware, glazing options, finishes and choice of colours delivering outstanding energy efficiency.
UPVC Bay Window Styles
We can offer 2 to 8 sided bay and bow windows, supplied with angle, square or round posts with bay nests and angle trims along with fully welded external cills.
- From £350
- From £550
- From £750
- From £950
- From £1050
- From £1250
- From £1450
Coloured UPVC Windows
All replacement diy upvc windows are also available in a range of contemporary woodgrain colours including anthracite grey (RAL 7016), black and chartwell green. All coloured woodgrain foil finishes including light oak, rosewood and the contemporary window colours cost around 35-40% more than white upvc. Please enquire for an accurate quotation.
Window colour finishes offer the opportunity to personalise your coloured upvc windows to your own taste and style.
The range provides individual statement colours that instantly enhance the visual of your home from traditional grey windows and woodgrains to contemporary blacks and creams, the woodgrain colour range offers choice while still maintaining the virtually maintenance free benefits of UPVC.
How to measure a double glazed square bay window
Square Bay windows consist of three sides and two 90 degree corner posts. The width (back span) will need to be measured internally from the existing frame edge to edge. Measure each side window internally and ensure they are the same from one edge of the frame to the other. The height will need to be measured externally brick to brick including any existing cill.
We will add 140mm to the external size for the two 90 degree corner posts which are 70mm square. For example, if the internal width is 1800mm the external width including two 70mm corner posts will be 1940mm, see image.
How to measure a double glazed bow window
Bow windows are slightly more complex than bays, consisting of two or more sides and shallower angles. The width (back span) will need to be measured internally from the existing frame edge to edge. Measure each individual window facet internally from one edge of the frame to the other. The projection of the bow will need to be measured internally from the inside back span of the window to the inside point of the window frame as below. The height will need to be measured externally brick to brick including any existing cill.