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Kansas City Bay Windows

Timeless Bay Windows Add Character to Kansas City Homes

The Kansas City metropolitan area features a diverse range of home styles, from traditional Tudors in Brookside and historic Queen Annes in Pendleton Heights, to updated craftsmans in Overland Park and modern farmhouses in Lenexa.

Despite the variety, you’re sure to find bay windows galore, as this timeless, three-paneled configuration — commonly a larger fixed window flanked by two operable windows that join it on an angle — suits both traditional and contemporary homes. In addition to the architectural interest, bay windows can enhance natural lighting, increase ventilation and create more space in a room, as the angled windows extend beyond your walls.

Commonly known as: box bay window, oriel window, projecting window, square bay window, 90-degree angle window, 45-degree bay window, 30-degree bay window

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Popular Local Trends & Styles

Kansas City is home to many historic home styles, as well as more modern ranches and farmhouses. Bay windows can complement these styles — depending on the material, colors and additional customizations you choose, they can reinforce historic integrity or form a contemporary focal point. Here are some popular ways we’re seeing bay windows incorporated in KCMO-area homes.

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Recommended Customizations*

Customize your bay window by choosing upgrades fit for your home’s unique style. From grille patterns that enhance its historic look to hardware that adds a modern flare, we offer a variety of options to achieve your vision.


  • Traditional Grille Pattern


  • Classic Collection 
  • Modern Collection
  • Fold-Away Crank
  • Cam-Action Lock

*Not all customizations are available in all Pella product lines.

Kansas City Climate Recommendations

Kansas City straddles the line between humid subtropical and humid continental climate zones. This means that the city experiences all four seasons, including hot summers and frigid winters. It’s also susceptible to a range of different storms throughout the year, some which can be pretty severe. In addition to choosing durable fiberglass or vinyl for your window material, the following energy-efficient window features can help your home withstand the seasonal swings and maintain a more comfortable environment year-round.

Low-E Protection

Low-E Protection

Get year-round protection from the region’s temperature and weather extremes. Windows with Low-E insulating glass with argon help block the sun’s ultraviolet rays and provide balanced insulation throughout the home.

Durable Materials

Durable Materials

Winter storms can bring snow, sleet, strong winds and bitter cold to the KCMO area. Vinyl and fiberglass are strong, high-performing window materials that can stand up to extreme weather and won’t require much maintenance to do it.

Double or Triple Pane Glass

Dual- or Triple-Pane Windows

Cut your energy costs with more panes of glass. Ensure your bay window configuration is equipped with dual- or triple-pane glass, which is filled with insulating gas for added thermal efficiency.

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