The bay window is like the masterpiece of the home. it offers grand views of the outside, and allows people from the outside to see the impressiveness of your home. It projects outward from the exterior wall of the house, creating a unique and attention-grabbing silhouette. You can transform your interior according to this window by adding a sitting area where you can read and enjoy the sunshine.

Vinyl bay windows consists of one large stationary window in the center and an operable casement on each side. It adds extra seating, brightens the room, and creates a unique design space for your home.

All windows supplied by HTR Windows and Doors can be customized with added accessories, or by simply tweaking colour and sizing.

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Bay Windows – Replacement And Installation

Bays windows are nice for rooms that don’t have a lot of free space in them because they project outward from the exterior walls. This design will provide a little more much-needed space in smaller rooms. Bay windows will have three openings in them. There will be the main one sitting right in the middle, and then there will be two other tinier windows on each side of it. When you look at bay windows, you might feel like they are a little more vintage than some of the other designs on the market.

Bay Windows In Canada

If you’re interested in getting bay windows in Canada, then you’ll be glad to know that they’ve been around since the medieval era. Many people like the look of their unique design and aesthetics. In addition, bay windows offer a panoramic view because each of the side windows are situated at an angle of 30 – 40 degrees from the middle window. Bay windows in Canada have a trademark feature that makes them stand out from the rest. All three windows aren’t the same size as each other. The middle centerpiece window will always be the biggest one, and the windows beside it will be about 1/4 of the size of the middle one.

Why Bay Windows?

People like to install bay windows not only for their aesthetics, but even just to add another place to sit down in their home to relax. They bring a measure of comfort to a home that some other windows aren’t able to do. Bay windows can also make a smaller room look a little bigger because of how they project outward from the exterior of the home. Because of how they project out of the home, there will also be a little more floor space added.

Bay windows come in many different colors to choose from:

For the interior colors:

  • Walnut
  • White
  • Light Oak
  • Medium Oak
  • Cherry

For the exterior colors:

  • White
  • Boone Brown
  • Beige
  • Brown
  • Cocoa
  • Clay
  • Redwood
  • Hunter green

There are also some nice hardware options to choose from:

  • White
  • Brown
  • Beige
  • Bright Brass
  • Antique Brass
  • Satin Nickel

Bay windows provide a good amount of natural light into the home. Depending on where your bay window is located in the home, the natural light can create a soothing experience that will boost your mood.

When you’re selecting your bay windows, you’ll want to choose one ones that have energy efficiency certification. No one wants to be dealing with leaky windows after just paying good money for them. You’ll also want the bay windows to be installed by a professional.

Bay windows are a wise investment that will increase the value of your home if you ever decide to sell it in the future. If you already have bay windows in your home that you think are in need of repair, contact a window contractor to see if they can inspect them. Sometimes you can get lucky and avoid having to install new windows if they aren’t in poor condition.

HTR Windows and Doors is proud to bring only the best in window and door installation and products to Toronto and its surrounding areas. We have a passion for excellent service – guaranteeing timely installations and sales representatives who will walk you through every step of the process.

Nothing matters more to us than your satisfaction. We want to help you be one step closer to your dream home – starting with your windows and doors!


Endur Insulating Glass

With the industry’s lowest failure rate, this glass possesses outstanding thermal performance and solar control, ensuring longevity and performance.

Main Features

  • Lab and field-tested
  • Outstanding argon barrier
  • Warm-edge, stainless steel spacer
  • Resistance to condensation
  • Improved overall window U-Factor
  • Maximum seal durability
  • Initial frost points below -65°F
  • Energy Star compliant
  • Variety of coating choices

XL Edge Insulating Glass

Miles above the average industry standard, the XL Edge boasts more durability and multi-featured functionality to give your windows an edge over the rest.

Main Features

  • Stainless steel spacer with desiccants to eliminate moisture
  • Airtight bent corners
  • Dual-seal construction of compressed polyisobutylene (PIB) and silicone
  • Filled with argon, improving U-factor
  • Reduced indoor condensation
  • 0.2% seal failure rate over twenty years
  • Customizable coatings, tempering, lamination, internal grilles and bars, shapes and sizes


LoĒ³-366 Glass

The ultimate performance glass, LoĒ³-366 maintains high solar control without compromising visibility, thus providing the best of both worlds all year round.

Main Features

  • Complaint in every Energy Star zone
  • Low SHGC
  • Blocks 95% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, protecting against fading
  • Ideal for both heat and cold
  • Available in hurricane-resistant laminated glass
  • Variety of shapes and sizes

LoĒ³-340 Glass

This glass perfectly controls glare and blocks oppressive solar heat gain. No room-darkening tint is required, preserving visibility.

Main Features:

  • SHGC of just 0.18
  • low U-Factor
  • High LSG (light to solar gain ratio) of 2.17
  • Reduces heat loss in cold weather
  • Optimum glare control
  • Lowest UV transmission
  • Available in hurricane-resistant laminated glass
  • Variety of shapes and sizes

LoĒ² Glass

Perfect for any weather, the LoĒ² Glass repels the sun’s heat and damaging UV rays during the summer, and conserves heat inside the house during the winter. There are two variations: LoĒ²-272 and LoĒ²-270. The former offers more light transmittance and the latter offers more solar control.

Main Features:

  • LoĒ² coating provides high performance solar control and visual clarity
  • Reduces window heat gain by 50% or more
  • Superior insulating capability
  • More control over humidity of indoor air
  • Save energy all year round
  • No heavy bronze or smoke colored tints
  • Available in hurricane-resistant laminated glass
  • Variety of shapes and sizes

LoĒ²-240 Glass

Specially treated, the LoĒ²-240 is ideal for maintaining year-round comfort and combatting glare, making for more pleasant and comfortable environments.

Main Features:

  • Applied to clear glass
  • Ability to handle each portion of the solar spectrum
  • Low U-Factor
  • Winter comfort with double glazing
  • Available in heat-strengthened, tempered, and laminated configurations
  • Variety of shapes and sizes

LoĒ-180 Glass

With high solar gains to allow the winter sun's heat to pass into the home while blocking heat loss, the LoĒ-180 Glass is perfect for when the weather is becoming more frigid.

Main Features:

  • U-Factor of 0.26
  • SHGC of 0.69
  • Superior insulating capability
  • Humidity control
  • Higher ER values
  • Blocks 71% of the sun’s harmful UV rays
  • State-of-the-art sputter coating that is clear and stop thermal loss
  • Available in hurricane-resistant laminated glass
  • Variety of shapes and sizes

LoĒ-i89 Glass

This enhanced winter performance glass is perfect for temperature regulation and energy saving especially for colder climates and higher altitudes.

Main Features:

  • More light transmittance
  • Less reflectance
  • U-factor of 0.20 with argon fill
  • SHGC of 0.25
  • Smooth and scratch-resistant surface – easy to clean
  • A double-pane IG unit with LoĒ-i89 performs better than triple-pane
  • Lowest failure rate – only 0.20% over 20 years
  • Available in hurricane-resistant laminated glass
  • Variety of shapes and sizes


The Neat naturally clean glass can keep your windows cleaner for longer and easier. It harnesses the sun’s UV rays that it absorbs, loosening dirt particles on the surface so it more easily wiped or washed off.

Main Features

  • Combined with LoĒ coatings, homes stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter
  • Titanium dioxide layer
  • Works on cloudy days too
  • Ultra smooth glass and hydrophilic
  • More light transmittance
  • Can average up to 25% energy savings annually
  • Available in double-pane, tempered or laminated configurations
  • Variety of shapes and sizes


If you’re looking for a nice blend of aesthetics and privacy, obscure glass is for you. This glass has been specially textured to offer not only a specific design style, but also a barrier in order to obscure visibility. This sort of glass is perfect for use in bathroom windows or front doors as it still allows abundant light to enter the room all while shading you from outside view


Tempered glass can help you meet building codes with its safety glazing and ability to withstand higher load applications.

Main Features

  • 4X stronger than annealed glass
  • Upon breaking, will dissociate into break-safe small piecesr
  • Meets the ANSI Z-97.1-2009 and CPSC 16CFR 1201 categories I and II safety codes
  • Any type of glass can be tempered


Safety is key, especially in a home where everyone depends on the structural integrity of the building for security. With laminated glass, you can add an extra layer of security to your building’s windows.

Main Features:

  • Vinyl interlayer remains in the frame upon impact, with glass fragments adhering to the interlayer
  • Cannot be cut from one side only, rendering glasscutters useless
  • Compliant with American Society of Testing Materials standard for preventing forced entry (ASTM F1233)
  • Complaint with burglary resistant guidelines issued by Underwriters Laboratories (UL972)
  • Reduces unwanted outside noise
  • Blocks over 95% of UV energy, protecting indoor furniture from fading