Drayton Valley is home to 7,118 people. Oil production plays a large role in the town’s economy but it is also home to gorgeous scenery like the boreal forest, the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the most important attraction of all: your home. When was the last time you upgraded your windows and doors for more sustainable models? If the answer is, “I can’t remember”, it’s time to let Canglow Windows & Doors do what we do best.

What is Canglow?

We are a family-friendly Alberta business that specializes in the manufacturing and installation of sustainable windows and doors. Our emphasis is on quality and the environment, and we do our best to craft custom products that suit your tastes, whatever those tastes may be. We also provide installation of our products because it would be wasteful for you to order windows and doors from us and then have to go with another company to have them installed in your Drayton Valley home.

Home Is Where the Best Windows Are

For us, Canada is home and we produce everything in-house. Our products are made here in Alberta because it is important for us to make a positive contribution to the country’s economy, help create jobs, and give back to our community in any way we can. We take our role in the Canadian manufacturing landscape seriously and are proud to support the economy without relying on imported materials to create our products. Our windows and doors are also resistant to the elements. If it rains, storms, hails or even in extreme heat, our products will not crumble under duress. No matter what season we’re in, you can rest assured that with Canglow windows and doors in your home, nothing is coming in from the outside.

Open the Door to a Greener Future

Because our windows and doors are Energy Star and Better Business Bureau (BBB) certified, they help protect your home against energy loss in the winter and energy gain in the summer. With our windows and doors installed in your Drayton Valley home you can potentially reduce your heating and cooling bill by up 25%. Our products are not only energy-efficient but they are lead-free as well. Canglow aims to reduce our carbon footprint, conserve the environment, and continue to create quality products day in and day out. Furthermore, our premises are equipped with a recycling plant to deal with the reusable materials that go into the production of our superior product.

Experience superior quality and gorgeous windows and doors when you let Canglow outfit your home. Contact us by phone at (780) 761-2161, fax (780)-761-2162 or email info@canglow.ca. If you feel like taking a drive to our facilities we’d love to show you our quality products in person. We’re in Edmonton at 14547 188 Avenue (T5L 2M6).

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