When the Camrose Rose was developed in 1995, it was bred to endure the unforgiving Alberta winters. Our windows and doors can also withstand the harsh Alberta climate. If you’re one of the 15,620 people who call Camrose home, you know all too well how the winters can be. Our products are specifically designed to keep heat from escaping in the winter and warm air from entering your home in the summer. We use Super Spacer® warm edge spacers on our windows so you don’t have to spend a fortune on your heating and cooling bills. When you let Canglow Windows & Doors outfit your home with our perfect fenestration systems, you’re getting products as durable as the Camrose Rose.

Who is Canglow?

Canglow is family. We are a high-quality windows and doors manufacturer that crafts our products right here in Alberta. For years, we have been supplying homes across the province with air and watertight windows and doors that stand up to Mother Nature. We also take care of installation because you shouldn’t have to purchase your windows and doors from one company then have them put in by another. Since we make everything in-house, you do not pay for shipping and importation. Materials are plentiful here at home; we don’t need to look elsewhere for them.

Efficient, Sustainable and Green

We believe that quality products shouldn’t come at the expense of the environment. We are doing our best to lower our carbon footprint by committing to green practices at our manufacturing facility. We have our own recycling plant to ensure that all of the reused material that goes into the production of our windows and doors can be properly managed. Additionally, our products are BBB (Better Business Bureau) and Energy Star certified and we use 100% lead-free uPVC. The planet belongs to everyone and we want to keep it as clean as possible.

Customize Your Dream Home

Our products are entirely customizable so you can get the exact windows and doors you want for your Camrose property. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your taste in order to get energy-efficient doors and windows. The precise craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into each design, lets us give you windows and doors that match your home’s overall aesthetic while adding value. Since your Camrose home is your greatest asset, we think you should get products that enhance its monetary worth. Even if you don’t plan on selling your property in the coming years, it’s nice to know that new windows and doors from Canglow contribute to its value.

Contact us by phone (780) 761-2161, fax (780) 761-2162 or email info@canglow.ca. You can also drop by our Edmonton showroom and see our quality products in person. Come say hi. We’re at 14547 118 Avenue (T5L 2M6).

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