Bay windows have three adjacent windows, offer a 180-degree view and make rooms appear larger. Side windows can be hinged to allow them to open and close for increased airflow. Bow windows are similar to bays, but feature four or five panes, which are gently curved rather than angled. Bows also expand rooms and increase viewing, and can be fitted with hinged casements to allow for airflow.
WASCO builds their bay windows right in our Milwaukee factory. We use premium materials, including 1 ¾” oak laminated plywood (no particle board) and top-quality, stainless steel fasteners (no nails or staples).
The installation will match the quality of your window. WASCO does not use cheap cabling to support your window. Rather, we build a proper insulated base, and add additional bracing to your wall as necessary.
Choose from a white or almond exterior. The interior colors of the windows can either match the exterior, or you can choose from medium or natural oak woodgrain interiors.
WASCO Windows have a variety of options available for glass packages. For specific information, click the links below:
- 700 Hung and Slider (7/8” Dual Pane and 1” Triple Pane)
- 1400 Casement and 4500 Tilt & Turn (7/8” Dual Pane and 1 3/8” Triple Pane)
- GENEO Tilt & Turn (15/16” Dual Pane and 1 5/8” and thicker Triple Pane)