Bay Windows



  • Adds charming character
  • Highly energy-efficient
  • Security that exceeds British Standards
  • Long lasting guarantees

What is a bay window?

A bay window is an arrangement of three or more individual window units. A bay window adds a projection to the wall which can be stood in, adding a stylish look from the outside and a great place to sit and relax on the inside. Bay windows can be crafted from uPVC, timber or aluminium to fit with the style of any property.

White Everest uPVC bay window
Black Everest aluminium bay window

Why choose bay windows?

Bay windows allow you to enjoy panoramic views of your outside space and are a perfect place to relax. Adding the sense of space and offering more light, due to the extra panes, whilst becoming beautiful feature by proving charming character to your home. With a range of material options and colours to choose from, a bay window can be a unique and inspiring addition to your home.

Bay window configurations

    Single end bay

    Single End Bay

    Splay bay

    Splay Bay

    Circular bay

    Circular Bay

    Square bay

    Square Bay

    The benefits of a bay window

    Green Everest bay window which is energy efficient

    Energy efficient – keeping the cold out and heat in

    A bay window adds extra panes of glass so there is more space for potential heat loss. However, this is not the case with Everest bay windows as they are A+ rated as standard and made-to-measure so they fit your home perfectly and reduce heat loss. The space between these panes is filed with Argon gas and the spacers are coated with a low conduction material to hold in more of the heat you are paying for. Everest bay windows are also fitted with weather-resistant Q-Lon seals which create a tight fit to keep out draughts and help keep your home warmer in the winter.

    Security features that exceed British Standards

    With Everest bay windows you can rest assured that they are safe and secure as they exceed the level of security demanded by British Standards. An internal glazing bead prevents glass being removed from the outside for added peace of mind. We have also worked with leading lock manufacturers Yale to produce GrabLock, which has three times the locking surface area as standard multi-point locking systems, making it our most secure window lock ever.

    Close up of a green Everest bay window that exceeds British security standards
    Stunning uPVC bay windows in chartwell green

    Stunning design to give your home a unique look

    Everest bay windows add character to a home and are a stylish addition. Everest uPVC bay windows are available in a range of colours to give your home a unique look, while timber bay windows are available in Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) accredited softwood and hardwood to give your home beautiful charm. Aluminium bay windows add a contemporary look and complement the style and shape of the window.

    What is the difference between a bay and bow window?

    A bay window and bow window are similar and sometimes difficult to tell apart from the outside but they do have one clear difference. A bow window is a unit planted onto the wall and therefore the projection created cannot be stood in, whereas a bay window adds a projection to the wall which can be stood in from the inside.

    A white uPVC bay window

    Bay Window

    A brown woodgrain effect bow window

    Bow Window

    Guaranteed for peace of mind

    Our bay windows are built to last and we offer a lifetime guarantee on the sealed unit against fog and condensation.

    Bay window FAQs

    At Everest, we understand that choosing new bay or bow windows can be a daunting task. So to help you here are some frequently asked questions which you might find useful.

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      What is the difference between a bay window and a bow window?
      A bay window is when the fabric of the building forms the shape – ie brickwork that protrudes from the property and provides extra space in the building. A bow window is the formation of a curve shape by connecting up a number of windows. This protrudes over the brickwork. With a bay window design, you can enjoy additional light and an extended view. A bow window enables the homeowner to incorporate more glass into the room due to the curve and can go a long way to making your room appear bigger and brighter.
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      Are bay windows more expensive?
      The cost all depends on the size of the aperture and how many windows are required to fill the space. Of more consideration is the quality - low budget options with less reinforcement or poorly fitted can result in structural problems that cause the window to distort, crack and even leak over time.
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      What colour options are available for Bay or Bow windows?
      As our bay and bow options are constructed using our standard range there is a large range of colours to help you personalise to your own style.

      Read more: Everest bay window colours...

    Everest window reviews

    5 star review for bay windows
    The 3 workmen arrived early in the morning and got on with the job in hand immediately, 8 hours later my new bay window was done, attention to detail and workmanship was top notch and my lounge was left tidy and neat. Everest after sales service is also excellent. I highly recommend that you use Everest for any new windows you require. Tony Russell 8/7/18

    Windows advice and inspiration

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