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Newmarket Windows and Doors Installation & Replacement

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  • 50 Years Warranty on ALL Windows
  • High Quality Energy Efficient Products
  • Free Installation and Throrough Cleanup

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Why Clients in Newmarket Choose Us

Energy Efficient Products

Our products have attained the highest energy star ratings available to suppliers in Canada!

Price Match Guarantee

We will beat any price you're quoted on for Windows and Doors products of comparable quality. We're confident in our quality and competitive pricing!

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Window and Doors Replacement & Installation in Newmarket

Low/High Profile Fixed Window Installation

With no panes that can open, the Low/High Profile Fixed Window is immoveable. They are made with the intention of letting in sunlight but not for ventilation. This window style comes with an internal drainage system

Casement Window Installation

The Casement Window is built with a handle that allows you to open the window effortlessly. They are hinged to side and contain one or multiple hinges. They are ideal for areas such as your garden because they let in plenty of sunlight

Specialty (Curved) Window Installation

Specialty Windows are a beautiful choice for adding style and a comfortable mood in your home. You can choose from a range of curved shapes, such as Gothic, elliptical, extended or segmental

Specialty (Oval, Circle, Half-Circle) Window Installation

When installing a Specialty Oval, Circle, Half-Circle Window in your home, keep in mind that they can compliment other window styles. With PVC-u vinyl frames, this window is hassle-free and sturdy

Glider Window Installation

With endless design options and choices for finishes and materials, the Gliding Window offers great customization. You can choose from real wood interiors made of oak, pine or maple

Double-Hung Window Installation

Double-Hung Windows are great for letting in fresh air to your home. Better ventilation results in less humidity, which means less likelihood of developing rot or mold on wooden materials. This window can be made with flat or contour grilles

Single-Hung Window Installation

The Single-Hung Window is a class window style but with a modern edge. They are built from energy efficient materials and with screens that can easily be removed with pull-tabs

Lift & Slide Door Installation

The Lift and Slide Door is mostly used as a patio door and for homes with large entry areas with terraces, yards and decks. They allow an unobstructed view of the doors. The sliding system is designed to be smooth and effortless with buffer seals for added insulation

Swinging French Door Installation

Depending on the space and layout of your room, you can choose either out-swing or in-swing Swinging French Doors. You can choose from a selection of grids, with glass panels or snap-in grids

Standard Swinging Screen Door installation

The Standard Swinging Screen Door is built to be heavy-duty and for functional use. It has an aluminum construct and is made with a fiberglass insect screen. This door comes in a variety of color choices

Hinged Patio Door Installation

The Hinged Patio Door is built for weather resistance. It is very well insulated which can save you a fortune in energy consumption. The aluminum construct is cost-effective and is made to last

Bi-Fold Door Installation

The Bi-Fold Door is great for interiors, shower doors and closet doors. They are best used in the laundry room, tight spaces, basements, or storage areas. This door is available in several wood finishes

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What our clients say

See what some of our clients have said about out windows and doors products and service, across Canada

Mark Jenson

Toronto, Ontario

"I got Argon Gas filled windows through Doors Wide Open last summer. I don't really know what it is, or how it works, but I can tell you that my new windows save me money, every month! Our energy bills have come down an average of 15%! We will redo our patio and entrance doors with Doors Wide Open in the summer of 2014! Give them a call! You will be satisfied."

Richard Roe

Edmonton, Alberta

"I am a very meticulous person but with little knowledge when it comes to matching your home with the perfect windows and doors. Called in Doors Wide Open and their staff were very helpful from presenting me with the most appropriate options to getting all windows and doors securely installed to my home. My warm thanks to all the staff and personnel of Doors Wide Open. Look forward to getting more pleasant surprises next time."

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About Newmarket

The town of Newmarket is located in Ontario, Canada and is a part of the Greater Toronto Area. Its site on the Holland River made it a historical route between Lake Simcoe and Lake Ontario. The 2011 Canadian census shows the town’s population at 79,978. MoneySense magazine placed Newmarket 4th on the list of “Canada’s Best Places to Live in 2013”.

The downtown core of Newmarket has been the hub of the city’s commerce and culture for over 100 years. Major investments are in place to help restore the city’s main landmarks, such as the Old Town Hall, as well as to promote tourism and increase the standard of living.

Newmarket is home to many buildings that hold historical as well as architectural significance. These buildings include the Charles Hargrave Simpson Building, King George Hotel, Cawthra House, Roadhouse And Rose building, Christian Baptist Church, Quaker Meeting House and Cemetery and the Elman W. Campbell Museum.

The city is also known for its theatre scene with several notable theatres, which include The Newmarket Theatre, The Resurgence Theatre Company and Old Town Hall. The Old Town Hall has been hosting theatre and performing events for over a century.

Additional Facts

Why should I consider using “Low-E Glass”?
This material, scientifically know as “Low-Emission Glass” is a new technology engineered to reduce the amount of infrared and UV light that can pass through. Currently, Low-E Glass is 85-90% effective. Why is it important to consider this glass? Long-exposure to the sun’s rays might give you a nice tan, but the UV light does a lot more damage to you than you can imagine. Many skin conditions and even skin cancer have been linked to sun exposure. Low-E Glass acts like sunscreen for your home.

What did people use for windows back then?
Early humans were keen on making their home comfortable just as we are today. The first windows were straightforward and simple holes placed on the wall. Planks of wood, skins, and various types of cloths would then be used to cover these holes to control the amount of light and air that could enter. The first Glass Windows came onto the scene around the time of the Roman Empire, though these first glass windows were blurry and not very durable. Today’s standards for glass windows are very high. Modern glass is made to be energy-efficient and is tempered for durability. Plastic materials are now on the rise as well.

How can I make sure that I hire the right contractor?
When considering hiring a contractor, make sure to ask for references. It’s not rude to ask for a list of past clients, this will ensure that you’re getting someone legitimate who has left a good impression on others. With the Internet, you can do a quick search to see reviews of who you’re going to work with. Professional contractors usually carry insurance as well for protection.

How do I know that I’m choosing the right door or window?
If you’re hiring an expert, ask them their advice on what they think would be best for your home. There are plenty of factors to consider. Ask yourself what your intentions are for your home, do you want your home to standout? Or have it ready for sale in the next few years? After you gauge your comfort level for how liberal or conservative you want your renovation to be, you can make a better-informed decision. You can also use computer programs such as Photoshop to help visualize what the end product might look like.