Majesty Wood Bay Windows

Majesty bay windows offer a traditional way to create dramatic new views.

Harvey Majesty bay wood replacement windows extend out from the interior wall, creating a small shelf or window seat. Where a bow window can consist of windows in a configuration at a 10 degree angle, bay windows are often arranged at a 45 degree angle. While a single window can still let in a good amount of light, choose a Harvey Majesty bay window if you’re looking for a dramatic increase in natural light.

  • Custom Exterior Bay Windows
  • Majesty Wood Bay Replacement Windows
Features
  • Cable support systems included and required for all bay and bow windows

  • Insulated seat board (R=9) custom made to fit each unit (Insulated seat board standard with white aluminum face only, color matched caps finish the outside edge)

  • Standard edge banded finish jambs, head & seat boards available in oak or birch veneeer

  • No exposed joints or caulking on exterior of unit

  • Custom manufactured to fit virtually any opening

  • Solid pine interior / Aluminum clad exterior

  • ENERGY STAR qualified (casement units require performance upgrade)

Finishes

Hardware options are based on window operating style(double hung window, picture window, casement window); ask your contractor or visit a Harvey showroom for details.

Grids Between Glass
Harvey 5/8" Countoured Grids Between the Glass
5/8″ or 1″, Color-Matched
Interior Snap-In Grids
Harvey Majesty wood window interior snap-in grid
5/8″ or 1″ Pine or Prefinished
Simulated Divided Lites (SDL)
Majesty Wood Window Simulated Divided Lites
5/8″ or 1″
Includes interior snap-in, Dark Bronze GBG, and exterior applied.
Grid Configurations
  • Colonial
  • Prairie
  • Custom

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