There are 3,606 people who call Hay River home. This Northwest Territories town is often referred to as the “Hub of the North” for its location near two very important bodies of water, the Hay River and Great Slave Lake. The town offers its residents camping, hiking, skiing, fishing, hunting, sliding, tobogganing, golfing and incredible scenery like the Lady Evelyn Falls, Alexandra Falls, and Louise Falls. When you’re not enjoying the falls and everything else Hay River has to offer, are you enjoying your windows and doors? When was the last time you had them upgraded to sustainable, quality windows and doors? Let Canglow customize new fenestration units for you and see just how beautiful our products will look in your home.

Personalized Doors and Windows

Canglow Windows & Doors is a Canadian company that specializes in the manufacturing and installation of sustainable products. Our windows and doors can be customized to fit your tastes. We will match your home’s look and provide you with stunning fenestration units that last. Upgrading to Canglow products adds value to your Hay River home. Your property is your most impressive asset and anything you do to improve it contributes to its resale value. Even if you are not considering selling your home, you might as well increase its worth.

Local and Green

Our products are equal in both form and function. We care about our windows and doors as much as we care about the process it takes to create them. Our products are Energy Star and BBB (Better Business Bureau) rated, letting you know that we don’t skimp on the details. Furthermore, we have our own in-house recycling plant to help us manage waste disposal and shrink our carbon footprint. We feel that being green allows us to manufacture our products in an ecological manner without sacrificing style and durability. We are committed to preserving the environment and contributing to our local industry. We make our products in Canada in order to create jobs and add to the country’s economy.

Keep the Elements Out

Winter in Hay River is beautiful and charming. It looks like the kind of scene you’d find on a postcard. However, the winter needs to stay outside where it belongs and not get into your home. We manufacture our products so that they keep the cold out. We use lead-free uPVC for our double glazed glass windowpanes and an amalgam of steel and fibreglass for our doors. Our windows and doors are designed to lock in heat during the cold season and keep it out during the summer. Canglow doors and windows can even save you money on your energy bills. Our customers have told us that they’ve saved anywhere between 10-25%.

If you happen to be visiting Yellowknife, come see our showroom located at 349 Old Airport Road, Unit #104 (X1A 3X6). We’re also available by phone (867) 920-7111, fax (867) 920-7112 or email

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