First and foremost, our hearts go out to anyone who has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic (Covid19), either directly or indirectly. Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation nationwide.
During this uncertain time, Ecoline Windows now offers virtual quote services.
All our project managers are able to provide you with the video consultation via Zoom, Skype, Facebook and many others.
Our virtual/remote quotes are as informative and knowledge based as if we were sitting down together in one of our showrooms or during the face-to-face consultation appointment in your home.
One of the questions homeowners in Saskatchewan ask about window replacement, is whether triple widows are worth the extra cost.
What matters more than the number of panes is how efficient the overall window unit is. Even a triple-pane window can lose heat if it isn’t built well or installed properly. On the other hand, a double pane window with additional efficiency features can do a great job of keeping your home warm in the winter.
Regardless of the number of the panes, to truly ensure comfort, the windows you buy should be rated for the local climate. In order to be considered efficient in Saskatchewan, replacement windows should have a minimum ER rating of 29 and adhere to performance requirements for climate zone 2.
In Canada, all quality windows are rated by ENERGY STAR and certified by the CSA. A big advantage for the homeowners is that both of these entities provide this information publically. You can find window efficiency ratings on this Natural Resources Canada website and CSA Grup website.
At Ecoline Windows, our vinyl windows can be manufactured to match any climate zone in Canada. Our dedicated installers ensure that the work is done correctly and according to local building codes. In the event anything goes wrong, or your windows require service, our dedicated service department is there to ensure everything is looked after.