Bay Window Replacement In Milton, WI

Our team at SiDEX recently completed a project of a bay window replacement in Milton, WI for the Winkelman family. The old window became a safety hazard and very inefficient to the elements. Replacing an improperly supported bay window with a new premium bay window involves several steps. This process requires careful planning, the right tools, and a basic understanding of construction. Here’s a general overview of the steps involved:


  • Examine the existing bay window to identify the issues with its support structure. Look for signs of sagging, rot, or other damage.
  • Measure the dimensions of the existing bay window to ensure the new one will fit properly.

Remove the Old Bay Window

  • Start the bay window replacement in Milton, WI project by removing any window treatments and trim around the existing bay window.
  • Carefully remove the window sashes and any interior components.
  • Use a reciprocating saw to cut through any nails or screws securing the window frame to the structure.
  • Pry away the old bay window frame, taking care not to damage the surrounding structure.

Address Structural Issues

  • Inspect the underlying structure for damage or inadequate support. Repair or reinforce the framing as needed.
  • Ensure that the opening is level, plumb, and square.

Install the New Bay Window

  • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installing the new premium bay window. This typically involves placing the window in the opening and securing it with screws or nails.
  • Use shims to ensure the window is level and plumb. Check for proper alignment.
  • Install proper insulation between the window frame and the opening to improve energy efficiency.

Seal and Trim

  • Apply exterior-grade caulk around the perimeter of the window to seal any gaps.
  • Install new trim both inside and outside, following the manufacturer’s recommendations and design preferences.

Finishing Touches

  • Reinstall interior trim and window treatments.
  • Paint or finish the window frame according to your desired aesthetics.

Inspect and Test

  • Perform a thorough inspection of the installation to ensure everything is secure and properly sealed.
  • Test the operation of the new bay window, checking for smooth opening and closing.

Clean Up

  • Dispose of the old window components responsibly.
  • Clean the work area thoroughly.

It’s important to note that this is a general guide, and specific steps may vary based on the type and design of the bay window, as well as the construction details of your home

Details of Bay Window Replacement In Milton, WI Project

  • Old bay window removed
  • New Custom bay shell installed
  • Custom window units installed in Bay
  • Trim exterior

“What sets this installation apart is the meticulous care taken to weatherproof and insulate the window. I’ve noticed a significant improvement in energy efficiency, and the added insulation has made my home more comfortable year-round.
SiDEX also went above and beyond in ensuring the final touches were flawless. The exterior caulking and trim work were expertly done, seamlessly blending the new bay window into the overall architectural style of my home. Even the interior trim and finishes were handled with precision and a keen eye for detail.”
~Mr. Winkelman

Before & After Photos

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