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I blew the estimate on the first angled bay I installed, in part because the unconventional roof layout took me by surprise. The plans and sections in the window catalog offered few clues on the roof and base details. After several installations, however, I figured out the roof cuts, and worked out a few tricks to make these window installations more economical. Choosing a Style There's an enormous range of design options in manufactured bay windows. But to keep a bay in line with a tight budget, it helps if you insist on certain design details: First, stick with factory installed head and seat boards (the panels which cap the top and bottom of the