Not all vinyl replacement windows are the same, although many look the same. Take a closer look at some of the standard materials that should be used in any window you are considering for your home. Learn More
Yes. In Canada, windows and doors can be both ENERGY STAR® and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certified. Sales Representatives should be able to show you the appropriate testing labels and results for their products.
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A door system is not just a slab or panel, it includes the panel, frame, sill, and hardware. Take a closer look at the components that should be included in any door system that you are considering for your home. Learn More
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Whether your home is five or one hundred years old, there are many reasons why people choose to replace their windows. With virtually any home over 30 years old, the need to replace windows is often obvious. With newer homes it can be more difficult to know. Learn More
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Exterior doors lead from the outside to the inside of your home and vice versa. They include front and side entry doors, garden doors, and patio doors. Learn More
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Patio doors are popular additions to any home, providing easy access to patios or gardens while adding more natural light to a home. Learn More
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Replacement doors are installed in an existing door opening to replace an older door. Learn More
Replacement windows are installed in an existing window opening to replace an older window. Learn More
The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) is a North American standards development organization that produces international requirements for product safety and performance. Products that show the CSA mark have been independently tested and meet or exceed these requirements. Many common household products we use every day, like light bulbs and appliances, are CSA certified. Windows and doors are also eligible for CSA certification, although it is not mandatory. Learn More
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A bay window projects out from the wall. It is made from three windows commonly angled at 90 degrees (two 45 degree angles). A typical bay window has a fixed window in the centre with operational windows on either side (casements or double hung). Learn More
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A bow window is made up of four or more windows that project out from the wall to form a curve. Typically, a combination of fixed and operational windows are used. Learn More
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This window style suits most living areas of the home and lets in lots of natural light. It is opened with a crank handle eliminating the need for lifting or pulling and hinges open toward the outside of the home. Casements provide the most ventilation of all window styles. Casement windows are often combined with matching fixed windows to create bay, bow, or large feature windows.
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