Best Bow Windows
Here are our top picks for the best bow windows on the market. We've included a range of selections to provide options for different consumer price points and material preferences. You will find economy options, mid range and premium bow window price ranges, as well as a number of different materials that include vinyl, fiberglass, wood and composite bow windows.
Andersen Bow Windows
Andersen makes very nice bow windows, although they only offer it in the 400 series, which is the higher quality option than their 200 series. Their wood windows are some of the nicest on the market, although certainly not cheap (and by that we mean they are going to be pretty pricey, click the link below to see specfic product cost examples.) The nice thing about the wood clad (either Andersen or the Marvin Ultimate) is that the frames are going to be thinner than vinyl or many of the composite options. Aesthetically speaking, this is a big plus, especially when it comes to a bow window, because most consumers are buying the bow window as an architectural component of the house (whereas most normal windows don't play this role).
Marvin Bow Windows
Marvin Windows And Doors also manufactures nice bow windows and they offer this option in all 3 of their window series, including the Integrity, Infinity and the Ultimate window. The Integrity and Infinity are both fiberglass windows (the Integrity does come with a real wood interior option), while the Ultimate is an aluminum clad wood window. The fiberglass options will provide better performance numbers than the wood clad windows, generally speaking.
Soft-lite Bow Windows
Polaris Bow Windows
Polaris makes a high quality bow window that uses composite wood mulling that can be stained or painted. The wood compoiste is a timber strand. The composite material requires no maintenance and is a nice structural reinforcement.