Arched Window Installation
We at Window Concepts work with every one of our customers to customize their home, and we often find that adding or replacing arched windows requires modification to the structure of their home. For this reason we are always happy to take a look at your windows, and if we can’t help you we can help steer you in the right direction.
Arched windows are curved or pointed towards the top of the window. Today, the use of the arched windows in modern homes bring out the Roman architectural style and feel, especially to the homeowners desiring more space and uniqueness. Below, we look at some of the different types of arched windows to choose from at the same time understanding the features and differences among them.
Types of Arched Windows
Geometrics and Specialty Shaped Windows - True Arched Windows
Geometrics and specialty shaped windows, such as a half rounds, are more commonly known as an arched window. A true arched window will have proportions where the maximum height of the window is ½ the total width of the window, and arcs evenly over the entire width.
Extended Leg Half Round Windows - Eyebrow Arched Windows
Extended Leg half round windows, are more commonly known as eyebrow arched windows, which would not be a true arch because it will include a vertical extension below the arch.