Why Choose a Casement Bay?
Casement bay windows protrude out from a room. They have a center (usually stationary) window and a crank-out casement on either side (also known as "flankers). The flankers attach to the center unit at either a 30°, 45° or 90° angle.
Casement bays have all the venting and efficiency benefits of crank-out casements. Plus, the angled design adds a roomy feel that enhances the view to the outdoors.