Top Bay Window Brands
October 11, 2010
Variety in window options is extensive. Today's bay windows are as advanced as any style window. Choices in frames, glass types, grids, screens, and accessories seem infinite. The following should give you a picture of what the top bay windows brands are offering.
Andersen Windows and Doors
- Andersen offers the less expensive 200 Series and the higher-end 400 Series.
- You can choose between 30, 45, and 90 degree angles.
- The windows can be casement or double-hung, or include a picture window.
- Prices are determined by size and options, but can range from the low $1,000s on up.
- Dual-pane insulating glass can include an optional tempered treatment, and Low-E4® Glass with optional UV blocking or tinting are also available.
- Pella windows are available in vinyl, Duracast® (Pella's patented fiberglass), or wood.
- Vinyl and Duracast® bay windows come in 3-unit 45 degree angles and wood comes in 3-unit 30 or 45 degree angles.
- Pella's Designer Series® offers between-the-glass blinds, shades, grids, or decorative panels, all of which snap out so that you can re-design and change the effect.
- Clear insulating glass or Low E insulating glass with argon are available. SunDefense™ can be added to block over 95% of UV rays.
- Prices vary according to the size and options you select. Consult a dealer for prices.
This is just a very small sampling of what is available. Hopefully, the above has excited you to make your design dreams come true. Next, consult an experienced window dealer or contractor to find which of these top bay windows brands will make your project a success.