Lincoln Windows | Bow & Bay Windows
Often used as a focal point of a room, Bow and Bay windows can accent your space by adding elegance and style. These types of windows can add depth to a room, and create increased ventilation by extending beyond your exterior wall.
Types of these windows can include:
Casement bay and bow units offer contemporary styling, create a roomy feeling, increase ventilation, and can be built in a wide variety of 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 to 6 casements, mulled as a radius.
Bay and Bow windows may include factory-assembled head and seat boards, and a cable kit to compensate for overhanging weight and aid in installation.
Double Hung Bay Windows
Double hung bay windows are a gorgeous option that adds both functionality and flare. Bay units are constructed using three windows or more. Center units can consist of operating double-hungs or studio windows. Flankers are aligned with a center unit at 45° or 30° angles.