Between the many sprawling golf courses, ponds, rinks, swimming areas, wetlands great for bird watching, places to hike and ski, and even a luge ramp, Grand Prairie is a picturesque big city with a small town feel. With 55,032 residents, Grand Prairie is the seventh largest city in Alberta. With that many people living within its paremetres, that’s a lot of dwellings that we can outfit with our superior windows and doors. Looks like we’ve got our work cut out for us. Why don’t we start with your home?

What We Offer

Canglow Windows & Doors is the premier manufacturer of sustainable doors and windows in the province. We are proud Albertans with deep roots in the community. We craft our products here in the province because we want to make a positive contribution to the local economy. Furthermore, we are thrilled to be able to support our industry and create jobs at our facility. Besides manufacturing energy-efficient windows and doors, we provide installation of our products. We’ll take care of the heavy lifting while you sit back and watch us transform your Grand Prairie home with our durable products.

Weather Is No Match for Canglow

Our products are durable and built to last. As someone who resides in Grand Prairie you are too familiar with what the winter can bring. Canglow windows and doors are made to stand up to the harsh winter weather and say, “Nope. Not today.” when cold air tries to come in. In the summer, our products keep heat out where it belongs letting you stay cool at home. Our products help conserve energy and our customers have told us that after switching to Canglow doors and windows they noticed their heating and cooling bills were significantly less – by about 25%! With our windows and doors you get products that stand up to the Alberta climate and save you a few bucks every month.

The Difference We Make

You can’t be one of the most important manufacturers of windows and doors in the province and not care about the environment. We adhere to green practices when we make every door and window because preserving the planet is important to us. We use only lead-free uPVC and we have our own recycling plant. This on-premise plant is equipped to handle the reusable materials that goes into production and helps us reduce our waste output. Our products are BBB (Better Business Bureau) and Energy Star rated furthering our commitment to keeping it green. We’re lowering our carbon footprint and producing stunning, environmentally-friendly windows and doors.

Upgrade your Grand Prairie home to Canglow doors and windows today and notice the difference tomorrow. If you happen to be in the Edmonton area, visit our showroom located at 14547 118 Avenue (T5L 2M6). You can also give us a call (780) 761-2161, fax us (780) 761-2162 or send us an email

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