Between the wildlife, stunning scenery and abundance of outdoor activities, Cold Lake is a sportsman’s paradise. There’s plenty of camping, fishing and hunting to keep the 15,736 residents busy and the city also boasts Cold Lake Provincial Park with a beach and vast trail system. Besides the numerous outdoor activities, Cold Lake is home to 4 Wing, one of our country’s busiest fighter bases. Cold Lake is where rural and urban meet creating the perfect balance of small town atmosphere and big city living. The city is an important part of Alberta and so are we at Canglow Windows & Doors.

Who We Are

We are a proud, family-friendly fenestration company that has been providing the good people of Alberta with custom-made windows and doors for many years. We manufacture our products in-house to help boost Alberta’s local industry and ensure that we can offer jobs to the people of our community. We use the best and most modern German technology to make our products, but do not rely on imported materials. There is an abundance of materials we can use right here in Canada and do not want our customers to incur the cost of importation just to have a door that fits their taste. Furthermore, we take care of installation so that when you purchase windows and doors from Canglow you do not need to employ a separate contractor to have them put into your Cold Lake home.

Sustainable, Energy-Efficient Products

Our commitment to being green shows in every window and door we make. We have our very own recycling plant in place to deal with all the reused material that goes into the production of our products. Our aim is to continue to create sustainable windows and doors that not only stand up to the elements but last for years to come. Canglow wishes to reduce our carbon footprint, preserve the environment, and give you your dream windows and doors. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your good taste at the expense of the environment.

Watch Out, Weather

Our products are made to stand up against the elements. We manufacture our windows from lead-free uPVC and we fit our windows with SuperSpacer® to ensure that no air escapes through the edges once the windows are installed. Additionally, our windows and doors are Energy Star and Better Business Bureau (BBB) rated. Our products are top-rated in the industry because they stand up to the harsh Alberta winters and make sure you’re not too hot in the summer. The bottom line is this: Canglow makes a superior product because we can and more importantly, because we care.

Give us a call at (780) 761-2161 to inquire about new windows and doors for your Cold Lake home. You can also reach us via email, fax (780) 761-2162 or drop by our Edmonton facilities in person at 14574 118 Avenue (T5L 2M6).

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