Installing new windows and doors in your home can have several benefits beyond being an integral part of your home energy solution. New windows and doors can keep your home quieter, increase your home’s security and create a new look for both the interior and exterior of your home.
Great Canadian starts with a discussion about the long-term goals for your home and conducts a complete home evaluation of your existing windows and doors. An accurate estimate is provided that includes a discussion about the best products for your needs.
Professionally installed and serviced by Great Canadian, all of our workmanship is fully guaranteed by Great Canadian and All Weather Windows and Door warranty.
When you are considering new windows and doors for your home or business, let Great Canadian guide you through the necessary steps.
We provide windows in two materials:
Many windows installed in new homes or during renovations are made of vinyl. Customers often prefer vinyl windows because they offer superior energy efficiency, are not be susceptible to the harsh effects of moisture, are cost effective and are easy to maintain since there is no painting required. For a further selection of our vinyl windows contact our office and a sales rep will guide you through the options available.
Wooden windows are an excellent choice if you have lot of wood in your home or if you are searching for more of a character look to your windows. These windows will provide great energy efficiency, however they will require painting and they will be more costly than vinyl windows.
Doors have come a long way from the old, hollow doors that barely protect your home. Today’s doors, when selected correctly, can provide excellent insulation and protection from the weather. They are much more safe and secure than in the past, and can provide a unique look to suit your style.
What is low – E?
Low-E is a product applied to the glass in the windows to make them more energy efficient. Our sales reps can explain more to you and help you understand the different options for different areas of the home that may be more or less exposed to the sun.