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Bays and Bows

Bay Window Colonial White
Large Bow Window, Wooden Window
Bay Window, Pella Windows
bay and bow windows by Kish Windows
beautiful bay windows
Impervia bow window

These elegant windows virtually require no maintenance at all and provide your home with a beautiful new look.

At Kish Windows and Doors our bays and bows are available with numerous options and upgrades, allowing you to custom design the perfect window for your home. Adding a Bay (or Bow) window will instantly transform a room and the way you use it. The window seat may become your favorite reading nook, or a place to display your favorite plants or collectibles.


Bay windows also enhance the look of your home from the outside, by lending an extra architectural detail. Bay windows can be customized to fit your lifestyle needs with various combinations of picture, casement, and double-hung windows, in an array of styles, colors, and materials.

architectural WINDOWS

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Kish Windows and doors

From graceful curves to contemporary angles, Kish Windows and Doors offer virtually endless design possibilities to achieve a custom look at a competitive price.  Whether you are looking to add visual interest to a room or simply replacing an old window, simply adding a half-round above a standard window instantly adds light and style to your home.

Casement, Double Hung, Sliding and more

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Windows, Window Installation
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picture window installation

Casement windows offer full top to bottom ventilation, opening outward to the left or right to allow fresh air inside. Because they open easily, casement windows are a great choice above kitchen sinks or anywhere your window requires a reach.

Double-hung windows have two operating sash that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom or both. Single-hung windows have only a lower operating sash for ventilation. In either case because the sash does not open outward they are an excellent choice for rooms that face walkways, porches or decks.

Picture windows are stationary and do not open, making them more energy efficient and allows for larger sizes than a window that vents. Picture windows are often used in combinations (with architectural windows) to maximize the view and transform the room.

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