New Construction Windows

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MIRA Series Windows

Aluminum-Clad Wood
New Construction

Durable exterior, traditional wood interior and the most available colors.

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1500 Series Windows

Vinyl
New Construction

Complete series offering choice styles, energy performance and design options.

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Classic Series Windows

Vinyl
New Construction

Classic double hung design with dependable vinyl performance and efficiency.

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5000 Series Windows

Vinyl
New Construction

Reliable casement and awning series with a variety of energy and design choices.

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West Pro Series 200 Windows

Vinyl
New Construction, Replacement

Maximize natural light and efficiency in a reliable series with select options.

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West Pro Series 700 Windows

Vinyl
New Construction, Replacement

Versatile offering for any project, home style and energy performance needs.

Replacement Windows

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East Premium Series Windows

Vinyl
Replacement

Quality series with vast style selection, advanced glass and designer options.

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East Pro Series Windows

Vinyl
Replacement

Choice series with select styles, energy-efficient glass and classic options.

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West Pro Series 200 Windows

Vinyl
New Construction, Replacement

Maximize natural light and efficiency in a reliable series with select options.

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West Pro Series 700 Windows

Vinyl
New Construction, Replacement

Versatile offering for any project, home style and energy performance needs.

What is the Difference Between Bay & Bow Windows

Although bay and bow windows have many similarities, there are a few key differences to consider when selecting the best fit for your home.

Bay windows feature three windows installed at an angle, extending beyond the exterior wall of your home. The center window is often fixed and is wider than the other two which are generally operable. Bow windows feature four or more side by side windows that curve outward from your home.

Bow windows typically require more space than bay windows. Bay windows fit best in areas with at least 40 inches of space. Alternatively, bow windows are ideal for locations offering 80 inches of space or more.

Bow windows feature a gentle, curved configuration. Bay windows, on the other hand, offer a more angular design, projecting further outward from your home. Although bow windows offer a wider span and larger viewing area, bay windows create more interior space with their angular design.

 

Aluminum-Clad Wood Bay or Bow Windows

Aluminum-clad bay and bow windows offer the classic appeal of wood with the strength and durability of an aluminum-clad exterior. The low-maintenance aluminum exterior offers structural integrity that protects the wood from damage.

Enjoy superior design flexibility with a broad selection of exterior colors and the freedom to stain or paint the wood interior.

Vinyl Bay or Bow Windows

Vinyl bay and bow windows deliver durable, energy efficient performance you can count on for your home.  Our premium vinyl material is resistant to damage from the elements, featuring long-lasting colors designed to keep the exterior of your home looking beautiful for years to come.