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Glass Extensions, Porches, Stairs, Interior Glass Partitions
Our vision at Padiham Windows is to provide highly functional windows, doors, glass panels, glass partitions,
glass stairs, conservatory solutions and bespoke glass designs that reflect the mood of your environment.
Padiham Windows Limited
Unit 10a, Shuttleworth Mead, Business Park, Padiham, Burnley, BB12 7NG, Lancashire
Telephone: 01282 771101
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Bays & Bow Windows
Whether you’re looking for a uPVC bay or bow window, then Padiham Windows will have the style and
quality to match your home and meet your expectations.
A bay window normally has three openings, whereas a bow window usually has four or five. A uPVC bow window, more often seen in contemporary properties, offers a larger internal window ledge area, which can be used to display photographs or other ornaments. The window ledge and the bow window itself can be rounded or angular in shape, both of which give the illusion of more space, as visually the room is extended
by the depth of the bow.
While a uPVC bay window actually extends the footprint of the room it sits at the front of, and this style is more commonly seen in older properties. Sometimes referred to as a walk in window, you might even want to consider installing a window seat, too – ask our team at Padiham Windows for details.