A few weeks ago, we experienced the aftermath of a roadside accident on Oriskany Blvd. A tire had snapped off of a vehicle and ricocheted into our trailer, ultimately shattering our front bay window. This week as our featured project we replaced it with a brand new bay window. The new window is beautiful with a woodgrain Brazilian Pecan interior finish, white exterior finish and prairie grids!
Bay windows are created when two or more individual windows are joined side by side which project away from the wall on which it is installed. They are commonly used to provide the illusion of a larger room and increase flow of natural light into a building as well as provide views of the outside that would be unavailable with an ordinary window.
Camera footage from accident.
WOOD GRAIN FINISHES
This particular window has Madera premium interior trim. Madera trim is made from furniture quality oak or maple and comes pre-finished and pre-assembled for faster installation than traditional trim options. New York Sash has several attractive styles available to choose from, in six stain colors and Painter’s White. Madera is also available unfinished or primed so you can custom finish it to get the look and feel you desire with your decor.
EXTERIOR FINISH OPTIONS
We were able to get the full installation process on camera! From window removal, install, & clean up, here’s a chance to see it all!
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