Double Glazed Bay Windows in Gloucester, Cheltenham & Cirencester | Stroud Windows

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Bay Windows

A bay window is a window set in a space that projects outwards from the main wall of the house. They have been a popular feature for homes in Gloucestershire since the end of the 19th century. This style of window refers to the bay itself, rather than the actual window. If you haven’t already got a bay, then you need to be aware that it’s a construction job, rather than a replacement window job.  We can help you with this and recommend a local builder to factor this cost into your installation.

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Advantages and features of Bay Windows:

 Bay windows are a good way of adding more room and natural light to a room without extending your house.

 Any type of window can be fitted in a bay. Casement, sash, tilt and turn or stormproof – the choice depends on your individual taste and surroundings.

 Similarly all types of uPVC, timber and aluminium frames can work well in bay windows.

 A bay window is more exposed to the weather than other types of window so double glazing is really essential.

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Our Range of Materials


uPVC (sometimes written PVC-U) is a frame made out of Polyvinyl Chloride plastic. It is the most widely used material for window frames nowadays for very good reasons.


Aluminium is very versatile and all frames are thermally broken so condensation cannot travel through the metal. We always supply “A” rated glazing as standard.


Although timber is more expensive than other materials, some would say that the advantages it offers are priceless.

Timber Alternative

Timber alternative windows retain the look and feel of traditional timber, whilst benefitting from all the advantages of uPVC.

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