There are many ways to make better use of natural light in Southall homes. One of the best ways to achieve more natural light in the home is with UPVC Bay and Bow Windows. Both window styles consist of several fixed panels, creating an attractive architectural feature. Bay windows usually consist of a larger picture window, with a narrower window on either side. Bow windows are made with 5 or more panels of equal size.
Whether the homeowner chooses bay or bow windows, they are usually fixed and are made with double panes of glass, for insulating purposes. Fixed windows make the home safer from intruders, as there is no entry point to gain easy access, such as with sliding patio doors or French doors. They simple let in more light, for functional spaces within the home that are frequently used. Common areas where bay and bow windows are installed are in dining areas, common living areas, and breakfast nooks. Bay and bow windows can be made to let air in, by installing shorter tilt windows above the larger main window panels.
UPVC bay and bow windows come in a variety of colour choices, as well as wood grain looks. Bay windows are often reinforced with steel frame poles or corner posts, to maintain integrity, strength, and shape. Middlesex homeowners who want more light in their homes or want a more dramatic look can consult with a professional installer, who will explain which styles will work best in the particular space.