Vinyl Bay Windows

Vinyl bay windows combine traditional style with the convenience of vinyl.

Bay windows are window combinations that extend outward from the home. Vinyl bay replacement & new construction windows combine traditional style with the convenience of maintenance-free vinyl at either 30° or 45° angles. You choose color, grid options, glazing and roof style to give your home a distinctive accent.

Finished off with an insulated oak or birch veneer head and seat board, your window will provide you with years of enjoyment.

  • Harvey Accessory Bay Window - bay or bow for living room?
  • Harvey Bay Window Exterior
  • Harvey Vinyl Bay 3 Lite Casement Exterior
  • Harvey Vinyl Bay 3 Lite Casement Interior
  • Harvey Vinyl Bay 3 Lite Double Hung Exterior
  • Harvey Vinyl Bay 3 Lite Double Hung Interior
  • ENERGY STAR and High Performance glazing options available

  • Custom manufactured to fit virtually any opening

  • Factory assembled for easy installation

  • Head & insulated seat boards available in oak or birch veneer

  • Cable support system included & required for all bay and bow windows

  • All roof systems are fully framed and sheathed in 1/2″ plywood


Hardware options are based on window operating style; 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

Exterior Applied Grids

Harvey 5/8" exterior applied grids

5/8″ or 1″, Color-Matched

Simulated Divided Lites (SDL)

Simulated Divided Lites (SDL)

5/8″ or 1″, Color-Matched
Includes interior applied, GBG, and exterior applied.

Grid Configurations
  • Colonial
  • Prairie
  • Custom
Harvey interior Colonial casing


Harvey interior Windsor trim



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