Changing a flat window into a curved bow window or a bay window can totally transform the look of your property both inside and out.
GRP Bow Window Canopy
Bow windows create space by projecting beyond the exterior wall of the house, and will provide a wider view of the garden outside.
Typically a bow window will combine three or more casement windows, which join together to form an arch.
Our bow and bay window canopies are constructed from glass reinforced plastic (GRP). The bow canopy is available in several sizes and colours and is foam filled for increased insulation as standard. The bow base is available in a variety of sizes and colours and 2 different types.
GRP Bay Window Canopy
Bay windows generally have a larger projection than the bow window, the angles of the glazed windows are at a greater angle than the soft curve of the bow window panes.
Also with a bay window you have the opportunity to add a window seat with under seating storage or gain a large window cill providing a deep window shelf. As a rule a bay window will have 3 flat window panes of which 2 will be placed at 45 degree angels to the house.
The bay canopy is only available in one size. However, we can offer bespoke products which are available for bows, bays and porches.
Benefits of GRP Bay and Bow Canopies
• Light weight
• Available in various colours
• Cost effective alternative to fabricating a canopy on site
• Virtually maintenance free
Listed below are all the GRP Bay and Bow Canopies we currently have available.
|Bow Window Canopy ||This canopy is manufactured from robust GRP and is foam filled as standard for greater insulation and better sound proofing.
|Bow Window Base ||
It forms a strong foundation for any bow window. All of our bases are quick and easy to install. |
|Bay Window Canopy ||This is designed to sit on top of window frames to form a bay window.
Bespoke bay canopies and bay window roofs are also available. |
|Garden Room Roof ||
Our garden room roof is a maintenance free, easy to install, alternative to traditional flat roofs. |