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Which Type of Window Should I Choose?
Energy Star Zones
Canada has 3 Energy Star zones (climate zones), it is important that your windows are certified for the Energy Star Zone that you live in.
If you buy windows that are not certified for the zone you live in, you might find that the windows dont insulate properly.
Alternatively, if you buy windows that are certified for a higher energy zone, you may save money on your energy bill since they will insulate better.
All of our products are Energy Star certified are labeled as such, many of them being certified for all 3 climate zones.
Low-E Glass Coating
Low-E glass referrs to low emissivity glass, is a great choice for reducing your energy costs for all seasons.
During winter, Low-E glass cuts your heating costs by reflecting interior heat back into the room.
During Summer, Low-E glass reduces the flow of hot air into the cool interior of your home. This coating also reduces the hamrful effects of UV rays which may cause your furniture and hardwood floors to fade.
To reduce window heat loss and stop cold from getting inside the house, Argon gas is used to fill the space between panes. This gas conducts heat 50% less than air. Less heat transfer translates directly to more energy savings for you.
Interior Trim Options
We offer a variety of interior trim options to make your windows stand out. We use smooth and durable materials to retain thier shine year after year. Many colors and shapes are available to match your existing decor
Interior Jambs provide structural support for your window, a proper jamb is important for a seamless window insallation. We also offer wood jamb extensions, moldings and corner blocks. All extensions are made from maintanance-free PVC that will last a lifetime
Our exterior brickmold finish is made from durable PVC compound that can stand up to the harsh Canadian winters. Available in a variety of colors for a stand-out curb appeal