Energy Star Bay Window- Designed, Built, and Installed

Final Bay Window Build Pictures

Energy Star Bay Window Build Photos by Scotts Contracting



Floor Plan for Bay Window Permit

Bay Window CAD and Build Notes

Bay Window CAD Detail

Bay Window Framing



Final Bay Window Photo

Before Photo of Home Before Bay Window

Interior View of Prefinished Oak Flooring 

Before Bay Window Installation

After Bay Window Installation- Final Photo

Home was Originally Built using Square Nails- Found while removing the Existing Siding for Bay Window Installation


Scotty, Scotts Contracting- Testing the Bay Window Floor for Strength

Installing R13 Fiberglass Batt Insulation


Final Photo- Another Job Well Done, On-Time, and On Budget

Build Photo


Bay Window Oak Flooring Photo

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