Owners of period properties can face difficulties when it comes to replacing window styles that have dwindled in popularity since their home was built.
One such system is the bay window, which, while still in use now, marked its heyday during the Victorian era of British architecture.
Bay windows protrude from the side of a building and are so-named as they form a ‘bay’ within the room to which they are adjoined. Heavers comprehensively caters for the bay window-renewal market, making systems available in a choice of three different materials to satisfy any design scheme.
With our PVC-U and aluminium-clad timber options, you can factor in a bay window replacement to fit with a complete update of all your home’s window systems. The same is true of our composite Flush Sash option – perfect for period or ‘character’ properties, and for those that need to satisfy stringent stylistic restrictions in conservation areas.
Click on the links above to learn more about the choice of systems and materials we have available, or get in touch with Heavers today – we’re always happy to answer your questions.