Lincoln Windows | Bows-Bays Windows
Often used as a focal point of a room, bows and bays can accent your space with elegance and style. Bow/Bays add depth to a room and can create increased ventilation because they extend beyond your exterior wall. Consider and choose from one of the many configurations below.
Casement bay and bow units offer contemporary styling, create a roomy feeling, increase ventilation and can be built in many combinations.
Bay units are constructed using three windows or more. Flankers are aligned with a center unit at 45° or 30° angles.
Bow windows typically feature a series of 3-6 casements mulled as a radius.
Bay/Bow windows may include factory-assembled head and seat boards and a cable kit to compensate for overhanging weight and aid in installation.
Casement Window Corner Features
- 4-9/16” jamb
- 1-3/16” thick side jambs, head and sill
- 7/8” warm edge insulating glass
- Interior wood glazing bead
- Maximum thickness sill cover
- Full surround weatherstrip on the frame
- .050 extruded aluminum on sash and frame. Vinyl exteriors utilize .050 extruded PVC vinyl. Wood units have primed sash on the exterior with cPVC sill, sill nosing and brickmould
- Injected frame corners on aluminum clad products with corner key for added stability. Fusion welded corners on vinyl clad frames
- 1-3/4” thick sash
- Flexible leaf weatherstrip on sash stiles and combination drip cap leaf on top rail
Double Hung Bay
Double Hung Bay: What could be more exciting than installing a Lincoln double hung bay window at the heart of your room? This attractive window combination is sure to add both functionality and flare. Bay units are constructed using three windows or more. Flankers are aligned with a center unit at 45° or 30° angles. Center units can consist of operating double hungs or studio windows. Double hung bay windows may include factory-assembled head and seat boards and a cable kit to compensate for overhanging weight and aid in installation.