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Sarnia Windows and Doors Installation & Replacement

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  • 50 Years Warranty on ALL Windows
  • High Quality Energy Efficient Products
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Why Clients in Sarnia 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 Sarnia

Low/High Profile Fixed Window Installation

• What makes the Low/High Profile Fixed Window an ideal choice is its internal drainage system making upkeep stress-free. They are characterized by not being able to open, this is fine if your main intention for the window was to let in natural light

Casement Window Installation

• Casement Windows resemble doors in the sense that they swing open through use of side hinges. This type of window can be built to have one or several hinges. The Awning Window is like the Casement Window, but is hinged at the top as opposed to the side

Specialty (Curved) Window Installation

• The Specialty Curved Window is designed to be non-opening and is recognizable by its curved shape. It comes with many customizable options, which include choice of color and building material

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

• This style of window is stationary and can be recognized by its variety of special shapes. With chic design, Specialty Oval, Circle, Half-Circle Windows are perfect for making a signature statement

Specialty (Polygon) Window Installation

• Specialty Polygon Windows are known for being stationary windows. They are excellent for architectural accents in your home and be used to compliment an already existing window style

Glider Window Installation

• This window type is made of two sashes. At least one of these sashes can slide horizontally over the other. The Glider Window is easy to clean and are a great economic choice

Lift & Slide Door Installation

• Lift and Slide Doors are a great choice for thermal efficiency. Also known as the Gliding Door, this door is best described as having one or two door panels that slide past the other, creating more room

Swinging French Door Installation

• Swinging French Doors are essentially hinged Patio Doors with a European style. It is best described as having numerous small-framed panels of glass. They are available in inswing or outswing models

Standard Swinging Screen Door Installation

• The Standard Swinging screen door is constructed from an aluminum frame, having the same site lines as a terrace door or a folding door. These doors are smooth with no pleats, meaning a simple and sturdy design.

Hinged Patio Door Installation

• A quality designed door, the Hinged Patio Door provides amazing value. They can be made to have panels that open outward or inward of your home. Hinged Outswing Patio Doors are quite common because they make more space for whatever room they’re in

Bi-Fold Door Installation

• Bi-Fold Doors are made in a way that they appear hidden from sight when open. Up to 16 panels are available for this door type, which is ideal for large door entries. They can also be used for closets, pantries and as folding doors in between rooms.

French Hinged patio Door Installation

• French Hinged Patio doors have a distinct French style and are crafted from performance materials. Fiberglass is a great choice for material and can be designed to have an authentic wood grain look

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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 Sarnia

Sarnia is a Canadian city located in Southwestern Ontario, with a population of 72,366. It is located on the Canada-US border, where Lake Huron joins the St. Clair River. Directly across Sarnia is Port Huron, Michigan. Sarnia’s location by the water makes its port is an important hub for oceangoing ships and lake freighters.

In 1858, oil was discovered at the Oil Springs, which lead to huge economic growth in the city. Oil Springs was the first location in North America for commercial oil drilling. The expertise acquired there makes Sarnia home to some of the top oil drillers in the industry.

Culture in Sarnia is a very notable part of Southern Ontario. The city is home to the distinguished and award-winning “International Symphony Orchestra”. The “Imperial Theatre” is an iconic part of Sarnia, where Michael Learned took stage in the production of “Driving Miss Daisy” in 2010. Bayfest, a popular music festival, is Sarnia’s largest festival.

Sarnia’s climate is mild compared to many other cities in Canada, though winters are still cold. The city is the second highest in number of high humidex days in Canada. Because of its location in a snowbelt, lake-effect snow is quite common and can arrive in large quantities.

Additional Facts

Why should I hire an expert when I can do it all myself?
If you are DIY kind of person and enjoy taking on new challenges, then by all means, take on the project yourself. It is worthwhile to learn the ins and outs of door installation and the process will give you a deeper appreciation of your home. However, if you are looking to save time, money and headaches, it’s best to hire an expert. Some issues are hard to identify unless you’re trained to spot them out. Wood doors are highly susceptible to rot mold, warping and shrinkage. Replacing a door might be a simple switch of doorframes, but can include the doorjamb as well as the threshold. Hiring an expert will ensure that your new door fits perfectly and looks clean.

Visualize the end product on your computer
With new editing and design software, it is now easier than ever to visualize how windows and doors will look if installed, without having to bring home handfuls of color strips and samples. It’s as simple as taking a picture and virtually editing the color, size, or placement of the window or door.

How much should I pay a contractor to do the job?
Price is definitely a big consideration for most people. Consider whether price or quality is more important to you. Ask the contractor for a written estimate, you can go even further and ask for a breakdown of what exactly needs to be done and what materials are needed. It stands true that you get what you pay for, but it is important to shop around to get a good idea of how much your job will cost.

How do I choose the right contractor?
Asking friends and family who have recently had a window or door installed for a reference is a great place to start. Searching online is also a great way to find a contractor, however it’s important to ask for references and even a portfolio of past work if available. Don’t be afraid to ask for credentials or guarantees. When you reach the point of handing over your money, make sure to have a written contract to protect yourself and to make clear what the expectations are for both parties.