Product of the Month: Sunrise® Bay Windows

If you would love to draw the outdoors into your living space, there’s no better way to do it than by choosing a Sunrise® bay window for your home. This unique window configuration can brighten and add a feeling of spaciousness to almost any room. If you are trying to decide between a bay window vs. a bow window, often the size and shape of your window opening will be the determining factor in which style you choose.

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A bay window consists of three or more windows that dramatically extend from your home in a square, hexagonal or octagonal shape, dividing a view into different planes. Bay windows are generally installed at angles of 30 or 45 degrees, so they may protrude farther than a bow window. A bay window can be flanked with casement or double-hung windows for ventilation and additional light. Here’s more about the benefits of beautiful Sunrise bay windows.

  • Improve aesthetics. Bay windows are often favored for their elegant aesthetic appeal. They create a feeling of additional space and are an interesting focal point from both the interior and exterior. These features add to the resale value of your home.

  • Increase natural lighting. Bay windows offer panoramic views, so they allow more natural light to enter from multiple directions.

  • Enjoy a fresh breeze. Our bay windows provide a larger center picture window with your choice of casement or double-hung windows on each side for ventilation.

  • Less maintenance, more durability. Eliminate the need to paint or stain the interior by opting for a Pionite® laminate in your choice of five finishes.

  • Protect your investment. An anti-water penetration system helps protect against water and moisture damage.

Custom-Design Your Bay Window

Sunrise Windows offers an array of glass designs, sizes and woodgrain interior colors to help you get just the look you’ve envisioned in a bay window. To get started, use the Design Your View virtual tool to explore all the options available!

Learn more about the differences between a bay window vs. a bow window.

About the Author

Joseph Mills

Joseph Mills

Joe Mills is the Director of Marketing for Sunrise Windows and Doors. He has spent almost 15 years working with homeowners helping them envision and design home improvement projects. He is proficient in assisting homeowners through their entire buying process, including helping them do the proper research, what signs to look for to minimize a homeowner’s risk, understanding the in home selling process and once the decision is made, how the installation process will work. He has written a consumer-oriented book called “How To Buy Vinyl Replacement Windows” that can help window buyers make educated choices.