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Port Colborne Windows and Doors Installation & Replacement

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  • Lifetime Warranty
  • 0% Financing
  • 50 Years Warranty on ALL Windows
  • High Quality Energy Efficient Products
  • Free Installation and Throrough Cleanup

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Why Clients in Port Colborne Choose Us

Energy Efficient Products

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

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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 Port Colborne

Casement

The casement window is manufactured with a multi-point locking system design which opens easily for cleaning while sealing out air and water. The windows is hinged on it’s side for easy cleaning and ventilation. With a lifetime warranty and custom sizing, casement windows are great investment for any home.

Awning Windows

Awning windows find themselves the most useful in tighter spaces in the home such as above doors and kitchen sinks. Awning windows are a simple way of taking advantage of those tight spaces to increase a home’s ventilation, comfort and aesthetic.

Single Slider Windows

Single Slider windows have a horizontal sliding design that makes ventilation easy. The design is practical and the high performance sloped sill with both interior and exterior drainage cavities means that you will never have to compromise the view from your window for durability and quality.

Double Slider Windows

The one or two horizontal sliding sashes of the double slider window come in a variety of materials such as frosted glass, triple glass, Pilkington active self cleaning glass and custom leaded glass design. Recessed tilt latches and a one-inch overlap interlock system ensure maximum heat retention.

Single Hung Windows

Single hung windows is built with a bottom sash that tilts inwards for easy cleaning and ventilation. The single hung window design reduces air leakage and retains heat to maximizing your home’s efficiency to reduce energy costs all year round.

Double Hung Windows

Double hung windows give homeowners the option of two different levels ventilation. The top and bottom tilting window panes can be easily manipulated to make maintenance and ventilation a breeze.

Bay/Bow Windows

Bay Windows provide character to homes through their unique designs and stunning appearance. Bay windows are a great way to increase living space, bring in light and increase the value of your home.

Specialty

Specialty windows are the best way to bring out the unique features of your home. The combination of different shapes and styles of windows can give homes character while providing all the benefits of high performance and durable material.

Steele Doors

Steele Doors are a great additional safety measure that still brings style to your home. Steel door systems are perfect for increased protection as well as defence against warping, sagging, shrinking and rotting. They are energy efficient and are virtually maintenance free allowing you to save both time and money.

Fiberglass Doors

Fiberglass doors are great for their durability and ability to be manufactured to appear as other materials such as wood. Fiberglass is corrosion free and is manufactured to resist warping, splits, bowing and cracking that may occur in other door materials.

Patio Doors

Patio doors are made of a one inch insulated unit with Cardinal IG’s XL Edge Insulating Glass for maximum efficiency and durability. Their anodized aluminum tracks and zinc plated double tandem wheels create a smooth sliding action that comes from high quality materials. These doors combine the advantages of stylish design and durable material to bring value to your home.

Storm Doors

Storm doors are your home’s first layer of protection against the elements and thus should be made of durable and reliable material. Aluminum storm doors are manufactured with tempered safety glass and a heavy wall extruded aluminum frame making them sturdy and ready for any weather. Vinyl storm doors are made of sturdy fusion welded 45 degree corners and 90 degree aluminum angle brackets.

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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 Port Colborne

Port Colborne is stationed on Lake Erie at the southern tip of the Welland Canal in Southern Ontario. The city was originally know as Gravelly Bay but was renamed after Sir John Colborne who was a Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada. In earlier times the land was inhabited by neutral native people from the Onondaga Escarpment.

The vibrant city of Port Colborne is host to a number of festivals and attractions which play a great role in the community sentiment of the area. The Canal Days Festival, the Port Colborne Historical and Marine Museum as well as the Kinnear house are all historical treasures that not only refresh residents and visitors of their roots but also inspire them to accomplish greatness.

Some notable people from Port Colborne include actress Melissa McIntyre, Chancellor of McMaster University Lynton Wilson, and UFC fighter Alexis Davis. Port Colborne has also been home to other Canadian treasures such as NHL player Ted Kennedy, Joseph Horvath, and Don Simmons.

Did you know?

Make window replacement easy
Replacing a window can seem like a daunting task but it doesn’t have to be. By clearly identifying your desires and goals for your home early in the instalment process, you can save a lot of back tracking later on. If you are sick of constantly maintaining your old wooden frames perhaps consider changing them up to a lower maintenance material like vinyl. If you love your home but feel it needs a new element to make it stand out, maybe a new bay window will be a nice new addition. Stating your goals clearly can help the instalment process go much smoother and will allow the professionals to sort out any kinks and give suggestions which will benefit your project in the long run.

Don’t forget your region needs
Your home is unique and beautiful, but an update can be just the thing to make your home complete. Specific styles and sizes may look great on your home, but it’s important to remember to satisfy your region’s needs as well. Different climates might warrant or benefit from specific kinds of windows and doors if you want to take full advantage of what the opportunity has to offer.

When is it time to replace your window?
Windows are a great asset to a home, but over time they can become a financial burden unless they are taken care of. Some good indicators that your home may be due for a face lift is when paint, splinters, or the need for caulking are becoming a constant burden. The average life span of a high quality window is approximately 35 years, so you can be assured that your investment will protect your home for decades to come.

Things to keep in mind before buying
New windows are an investment for homeowners, so it’s important to keep in mind that aiming for a cheap project should only be in terms of price, not quality. Buying a quality window doesn’t mean that you have to buy the most expensive window available. Picking and choosing from materials in reference to their lifetime warranty and performance in your region’s climate are the two most important things to keep in mind before buying. Before buying, ask yourself how much maintenance are you willing to put it, and how often do you want to replace your windows while living in your home?