Window Prices in Regina
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Ecoline Windows is the leading window replacement company in the city. We offer various energy-efficient windows and doors in Regina to blend with any exterior. You can quickly find your ideal options by using our free online window style search and window replacement project cost calculator.
Do not hesitate to contact our team if you have any questions about our windows and doors. By providing exceptional service, we aim to meet every homeowner’s expectations.
We rely on customer feedback as a basis for the improved quality of our services and work alongside our customers to deliver highly rated full-service windows replacements.
Are you ready to take your window replacement project to the next level? Simply request a quote.
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Ecoline’s Hassle-Free Warranty
We are local, transparent and strive to build long-term relationships with all our clients. Your satisfaction is our reputation. That’s why all our windows come with a direct warranty from the manufacturer on:
- Vinyl Frame
- Seal Failure
Come Visit Ecoline in Regina!
We are always happy to chat with our customers face-to-face. Feel free to visit any of our showrooms across Canada to learn more about our products and services.
Casement & Awning
Energy efficiency is exceptional, as well as ventilation capabilities and cleaning ease.
Slide on a track with one operable and one stationary door. The operator can be accessed from either the right or left side.
Fixed & Custom Shape
Stationary, with curved and linear shapes, as well as low- and high-profile designs.
Bay & Bow
Combination windows that cantilever outside the basic footprint of the room to provide additional seating or floor space inside the room.
Unobstructed, wide-open views of the outdoors and the maximum amount of natural light that can enter through them.
It is used as an egress window because it can swing open freely, but it must meet local building code requirements.