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Window and Doors Replacement & Installation in Norfolk County

Awning Windows

The awning window is a popular type of window, usually chosen for areas that are harder to reach. It has a more contemporary design for practical everyday use and is considered to be highly efficient in air infiltration prevention. The awning window is built to be strong and long lasting with a large glass viewing area.

Bay Windows

If you were looking for something more stylish then the bay window might be a favourable option. This type of window extends outwards and creates additional space. The bay window is built by joining three separate windows together at either 30 or 45-degree angles. There are a wide variety of styles to choose from, such as having sides built from single or double hung windows, casement windows or fully fixed units.

Bow Windows

Bow windows are popular for creating a sense of dimension and add elegance to your space. They are built by installing together a minimum of four equal sized windows that can either be operable or fixed. The bows for the windows are usually at 10 or 15 degrees.


Casement windows have a large glass surface area that’s great for viewing. What differentiates them from awning windows is that they are hinged at the side as opposed to being hinged at the top. When it comes to preventing air infiltration, they are considered to be highly efficient.

Single Hung

For a more functional design, ease of use and a more classic look, the single hung is a great option. It is designed to have an operable lower sash that moves vertically, while the top sash remains fixed.

Double Hung

Double hung windows offer comfortable use, functionality with a traditional appearance. They operate similarly to the single hung window, but have both top and bottom sashes that are operable. This allows for easier maintenance and for more choice in ventilation.

Single Slider

Single slider windows are a great economical and practical choice. They operate by having one horizontally operable sash and one fixed sash. They tilt inwards to help with cleaning.

Double Slider

Double slider windows are a cost-effective solution and offer great value. They work similarly to single slider windows but instead of having one horizontally operable sash, both are operable. This function helps with cleaning and for greater choice in airflow.

Steel Doors

Steel doors are built to be heavy-duty and provide maximum protection. Because of their steel construct, moisture, which leads to swelling, sagging, warping or rotting, is not an issue. These doors are made to be energy efficient, low maintenance and also fireproof.

Fiberglass Doors

Fiberglass doors are built to be strong and to endure extreme weather conditions. Some fiberglass door designs can be made to look convincingly like real wooden doors. This type of door has a few benefits over the steel or wooden door and offers many options for customization.

Patio Doors

Patio doors are designed to look great, be corrosion-resistant and durable. With superior insulation, the patio door is efficient at preventing air and water from infiltrating the area between the frame and panel.

Storm Doors

Storm doors are setup in front of another door to offer security and protection from bad weather conditions. There are three main varieties of storm doors: ventilating, full-view and rollscreen. They are built using a combination of window screens and panels of glass.

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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."

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Edmonton, Alberta

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About Norfolk County

Norfolk County is a municipality with a population of 63, 175 in Southwestern, Ontario. It is located on the north shore of Lake Erie and is known for having a mild climate and very fertile land. Roughly a quarter of the land in Norfolk County is forested, while the rest is mostly used for farming of various crops, most notably tobacco.

A notable natural feature is “Long Point”, a spit of land that extends into Lake Erie and plays a key role in bird migration in the eastern North America. In 1986, UNESCO designated “Long Point” as a World Biosphere Reserve.

Norfolk County is promoted as “Ontario’s South Coast”, bringing in tourism for its towns, villages and ports next to Lake Erie, which include Turkey Point, Port Dover and Long Point. Nature tourism along with birding, boating, fishing and cycling are also popular in Norfolk County.

With a thriving arts community, Norfolk County is home to numerous well-known theatres such as the “Backstage Capitol Theatre”, the “Lighthouse Festival Theatre Company” and the “Old Town Hall”.

A biker rally is held every Friday the 13th in Port Dover. Canada’s largest county fair, the “Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show” is held in Norfolk County in October during the Thanksgiving weekend.

Additional Facts

Why Is Low-E Glass Important for My Home?
This type of glass is now the norm in modern housing construction. The long form for “Low-E” glass is “Low Emission” glass. Essentially, it is glass that’s coated with film specialized to reduce 85 to 90% of UV (ultra-violet light) and infrared light. Extended exposure to UV light is known to cause a host of skin conditions including skin cancer. It is also known to wear out colours from furniture, paintings, etc. Low-E glass was designed to not only protect your health, but your home as well.

Why does steam build up on windows?
When there’s a surplus of moisture in the air and there is a drastic difference in temperature from the outside of your home to the inside, moisture will appear. This phenomenon is also known as condensation and usually happens during the summer months. Because energy-efficient windows are typically well insulated, they’re more likely to “sweat”. Indoor plants that are kept nearby can also be a cause because they retain a lot of moisture. This is important to know because trapped moisture can lead to mold, which is destructive to your health as well as your home. To get rid of this “steaming” or “sweating”, you need to remove the moisture by turning on fans, using dehumidifiers or opening the windows to allow for better ventilation.

What kind of window should I choose for my home?
First, you need to ask yourself what style were you looking for. Do you want something more modern or something more old-fashioned? What does your budget look like and does the window fit within the overall feel of your home? Where will your windows be facing? Please note that windows on the south end lets in more heat as well as UV light, whereas windows on the north side won’t receive as much warmth and light and can cause heating and lighting imbalances, especially during the winter months. Choosing the right type of window can make a lot of difference in the tone and comfort of your home.

What is important to consider for energy efficiency?
There are two measures to note when considering efficiency. The first is “R-value”, which is used to measure the amount of heat your window prevents from seeping out. The higher the “R-value” the more heat you save which translates to long-term cost savings for heat and insulation. The second measure is “U-factor”, a measure in efficiency of a window in reducing air from leaking from between the sash and frame. This measure is important for areas affected by wind or harsh winters.

What incentives are there for making my windows and doors more eco-friendly?
There may be some rebates for the purchase or installation of doors or windows that are energy-efficient. This will depend on your municipality or local government. For specific details, contact your utility company or visit your municipality’s website and see if there are any incentives available.