Bay windows have been a popular addition to English homes since Victorian times. Unlike sash windows or casement windows which only serve the most basic function of a window, the bay window offers something more. Their most distinct feature is their size. Bay windows are large and can consist of multiple smaller sashes or a few larger ones. Because of this, they allow more daylight to enter a room and let you enjoy the wonderful view of your home’s vicinity. Another typical feature of many bay windows is an additional seating area, an interior accent that is evocative of Victorian times. Though traditionally made of wood, modern bay windows can be made using a variety of materials, including uPVC and aluminium. Thanks to modern technology, these windows carry all the benefits of modern windows while preserving that unique Victorian character.
What are bay windows?
Why choose our bay windows?
Bay windows are perfect if you want your home to maintain its unique, antique character while keeping up with the times when it comes to various technologies like insulation and waterproofing. Thanks to Diamond Joinery Ltd., you can count on the best quality of materials and fine craftsmanship which will result in a window that you know will last you for many years to come. If you already have a bay window implemented in your home, you can count on us to provide you with quality refurbishing, renovation, and replacement from us.
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