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Bay Windows

A bay window is one of the most sophisticated windowpane designs that have been quite popular for a long time. They give your room a spacious feel along with a stylish look to the interior as well as the exterior.

The designs in this category are flexible as they allow different styles to come together. Due to this flexibility, all the other plans namely casement, slider and tilt can berolled into a single bay prototype. These can be combined and fit at an angle of 90 degrees or 135 degrees with each other with the help of a bay pole. So, the bay windowpane is the most flexible plan offered.

Advantages of Fenesta Bay windows

Looks:

  • They add a touch of elegance to the room's interior by making it look larger.
  • They let natural light flood the room and provide a panoramic view as well.
  • Colour options: One can choose from four natural frame shades namely Light Oak, Mahogany, Walnut and Pristine White.

Structure and construction:

  • Fenesta UPVC bay windows need minimum maintenance. UPVC is a UV resistant blend, so these window fittings never warp, fade or deform.
  • A special rain drain mechanism system in the windows repels all the rain water thereby protecting your interiors from unwanted rainy season mess. They are multi chambered; steel reinforced and have a hurricane bar to help sustain heavy wind storms as well. The steel reinforcements support large bay window designs to fit steadily.
  • These windows are poor heat conductors. When teamed with proper glass, offer top class thermal insulation. The multi point locks and the fusion welded frame that is double sealed, strengthens this feature furthermore.

Bay windows are perfect for creating a private little corner in your home for yourself. They also add a dramatic touch if they're installed in your living room as the focal and conversational point.

Call us if you'd like to see how these windows can help increase the value of your home!

Bay Window - Type 1 (Bay Window - Classic)

Type 1 (Bay Window - Classic)

Description

A combination of three or more windows that projects outward from the main walls forming a bay in a room, either square or polygonal. The projected windows can be at an angle of 90 degrees or 135 degrees with each other. Two ( or more) windows are combined with the help of a bay pole.

Recomended for

  • Design flexibility.
  • Bedrooms and living rooms.

Advantages

  • Excellent sealing options.
  • Gives enhanced feeling of openness from inside the room.
  • Improves the overall aesthetics of house.

Bay Window - Type 2 (Fixed and Slider Combination)

Type 2 (Fixed and Slider Combination)

Description

Fixed window comes below or above (or both) the slider window. This is available only in the heavy duty range.

Recomended for

  • High rise apartments and bunglows that require both ventilation. Typically in high rises the bottom part of the window is kept fixed for security.
  • Exceptionally wide/high aperture.
  • Ideal for windows on higher levels that start from the floor.

Advantages

  • Design flexibility.
  • Integrated bug screen for slider part (optional).
  • Designs that ensure excellent aesthetics.
  • Integration happens on the same plane. Lower part of the window can be fixed and upper part open-able for security reasons.

Bay Window - Type 3 (Coupler Combination)

Type 3 (Coupler combination)

Description

A coupler is an aluminum profile used to join two windows in the Series 1500. Since the coupler is an additional profile, it increases the visible width (sight line) at the point of joining the two windows.

Bay Window

Bay Window Design

For Series 1500

  • Bay angles can be anywhere between 90 degrees and 180 degrees.
  • BW 1, BW 2 and BW 3 can take any of the following shapes.
  • Casement open able i.e. designs .
  • Casement fixed i.e designs .
  • Slider Two track two panel without mesh i.e design.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.
Bay Window at 90 degree angle

For Series 3000

  • Bay window only comes at 90 degrees angle.
  • The Bay can be formed as follows.
  • BW 1 can be Casement or fixed or 2T2P without bug screen or T&T.
  • BW 2 can be casement or slider or T&T.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FS1 (Two track sliding window with fixed member on top)

Two track sliding window with fixed member on top

Description

  • Two movable sliding tracks that slide in opposite directions with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 50% opening at any given point.

Recommendation

  • Height of aperture is more than 5 feet.
  • Design flexibility.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FS2 (Three Track Three Panel Sliding window with fixed member on top)

Three track three panel sliding window with fixed member on top

Description

  • Three movable panels are fitted on two tracks with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 33% opening at any given point.

Recommendation

  • Design flexibility.
  • Height of aperture is more than 5 feet.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FS3 (Two track four panel window with fixed member at top)

Two  track four panel window with fixed member at top

Description

  • Three tracks have one movable panel each with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 66% opening.

Recommendation

  • Design flexibility.
  • Height of aperture is more than 5 feet.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FSF1 (Two track sliding window with fixed member on top and bottom)

Two track sliding window with fixed member on top and bottom

Description

  • Two movable sliding tracks that slide in opposite directions with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 50% opening at any given point.

Recommendation

  • Design flexibility.
  • High rise buildings which require fixed member at bottom.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FSF2 (Three Track Three Panel Sliding window with fixed member on top and bottom)

FSF2 (Three Track Three Panel Sliding window with fixed member on top and bottom)

Description

  • Three movable panels are fitted on two tracks with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 33% opening at any given point.

Recommendation

  • Design flexibility.
  • High rise buildings with wide apertures which require fixed member at bottom.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

FSF3 (Two track four panel window with fixed member at top and bottom)

FSF3 (Two track four panel window with fixed member at top and bottom)

Description

  • Three tracks have one movable panel each with fixed member on top.
  • Combination is seamless and within the same plane.
  • Provides 66% opening.

Recommendation

  • Design flexibility.
  • High rise buildings with wide apertures which require fixed member at bottom.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

Vertical Coupler (CWCLCD1)

Vertical Coupler (CWCLCD1)

Description

Creates a unique door-window combination. Each one operates independently.

Recommended for

  • Kitchens and balconies where doors and windows have to come together.

Advantages

  • Several designs.
  • Ideal for balconies with a narrow opening.
  • Helps maintain architectural symmetry.
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

Horizontal Coupler (FCLSW1)

Horizontal Coupler

Description

Joins a slider window (in the Series 1500) with a fixed window on top. The coupling attaches the ends of the two windows leading to a broad sightline at the joint.

Recommended for

  • Large openings.

Advantages

  • Covers big openings.
  • Fixed portion can be utilized when an exhaust option has to be given..
Note: Exact sizes will vary according to the wind pressure in your city and the floor where windows have to be installed.

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