Bay Windows and other Window Types
Whether you’re working on a new construction or renovations of a home in the greater Long Island area, windows are a hugely important part of energy efficiency, as well as the curb appeal of a home. At BrightView Distribution, we have several different kinds of windows, and we can assist you in finding the perfect windows for any home that you’re working on. No matter what types of windows you need, we’ll work with you to find the perfect size and style for your project, and we’ll deliver them to your worksite at the most convenient time for you.
Bay and Bow Windows
Bay and bow windows can change the look and feel of a room more than any other types of windows. Each of these types of window is actually a set of windows arranged in a pattern that extends them from the home, so they can be a very distinctive feature decoratively and architecturally. Our professionals can help you select the bay or bow windows you’ll need for any project your working on, and because we purchase directly from manufacturers, we’ll be able to offer you the best pricing options possible.
These windows can enhance any room. They have hinges incorporated into their design and they open outwards, which allows for air to flow up into the building while they still keep rain out. Before air conditioning was invented, these were used to keep homes and other buildings cool and from becoming stuffy, and they can still be a great alternative to high-energy AC systems.
With their airtight seals, casement windows are the most energy types of windows there are. But that’s not all. Their classic design can enhance the interior design of any home you’re working on while they reduce air filtration and improve insulation.
If your clients would like to add light and space to any of their rooms, our garden windows can be an excellent choice. They’re perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, studies, and almost any other room. Like bay and bow windows, they extend outward, but they also have a sloped glass roof to ensure water runoff and allow for additional sunlight.
They’re called garden windows because they’re a perfect place to grow any potted plants, which is another great selling point.
When you’re renovating or building a new home on Long Island, you can feel free to be as creative as you like, thanks to the Long Island Residential Exteriors that we offer at BrightView Distribution. Our manufacturers can design windows to meet any of your specification, from stand-alone shapes to special shape combinations. Give us your design, and we’ll work with our manufacturers to create any specialty windows you need.
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