Bay Windows

Bay windows are a number of casement windows connected together in an arc to form a bay. Let the sunlight flood into your room through a beautiful bay window. Bays give you valuable extra space along with panoramic views, while making a strong style statement. Choose UPVC or Aluminium frames and we’ll make your window in your choice of size, colour and configuration of casement frames.

  • Fills your room with light and a feeling of space.
  • Complements the other windows in your home.
  • Choice of shapes, including splay, square, circular or single-ended.
  • Energy efficient – can help reduce your heating bills.
  • Secure – shoot-bolt locks, key locking handles and toughened glass.

We make each window individually using your choice of frame and glass. See how easy it is to transform your home and get a quote.

Our UPVC bay windows not only offer more light and a feeling of space, they also add a stylish and beautiful feature point to any room. Our bay windows match all of our window styles so the choice and variety is enormous.

Bay windows can help you achieve the cost and energy savings you’re looking for and are effective at noise reduction – great for dampening external sounds. They can also provide added heat retention – our option of triple glazing will give you an extra layer of warmth.

One of our AGS designers will visit you at home to give you expert advice tailored to your specific circumstances. They’ll show you the benefits of opting for our A-rated windows or triple glazing, guide you through the choice of frame configurations that will make your bay window design just right for each room, and show you our range of hinges, openings, handles, decorative bars and glass.

Once you’ve decided exactly what you want, they can give you an accurate quote. Our craftsmen will then make your windows to your specifications, ensuring that they fit perfectly in your home.

  • 10 Year Guarantee
  • Made in Britain
  • Accredited levels of security
  • BBA Certified Products
  • Professional Installation