In-House Installation

We use only highly trained, in-house installers to ensure quality control over the entire installation process.

What you should know about window installation before getting quotes

CSA Guidelines and Building Codes

We adhere to CSA (Canadian Standards Association) guidelines and provincial building codes for replacement windows.

Do you need permits for a window replacement?

Safety

To safeguard our customers and employees from potential dangers, all workers are covered by WCB and every installation project carries liability insurance.

Can My Installation Be Done in The Winter?

Windows and doors are installed level, square and plumb to ensure the seals are not compromised.

Pre-cut shims are used to level a window. They minimize deflection, distortion and rotation of the frame and permit proper operation of the window.

Polyurethane foam functions as both an air and thermal barrier. This prevents drafts and keeps the home warm.

Sealant is added on the outside unit to act as part of the air and vapour barrier. It keeps moisture out of the home, prevents drafts and air leakage to the outside.


Construction Debris

As part of our full-service approach, we make sure to leave the residence clean and to remove all construction garbage upon completion of the installation. All crews carry extra drop cloths to cover all walkways, protect your floors and maintain a clean work area.

Post Installation Review

At the end of the installation your installer will go over window operation, make sure you are satisfied with the work, and collect the remaining balance. Installation is complete when:

  • Windows are installed level, square and plumb
  • Windows are sealed properly
  • Window components are in good working condition
  • All finishes are neat and detailed
  • Job site is clean