With a population of 9,640, Hinton is where nature lovers come to horseback ride, cross-country ski, and mountain bike. The town also offers archery and ATVing for those who have a more adventurous side. Hinton is known for its Beaver Boardwalk, a three-kilometre span where hikers can see an abundance of wildlife. The Boardwalk gets its name because it’s where beavers come to swim and bask in the fruits of nature. Beavers make structures called dams that are durable and can stand up to the weather. Our products are even sturdier than beaver dams. Canglow doors and windows are built to last and they’ll look great in your home.

Built For Winter, Made To Last

Canglow Windows & Doors is your one-stop-shop for all your fenestration needs. We provide custom designed windows and doors that are not only manufactured here in Canada, but are also sustainable. Our products are built to withstand the harsh Canadian winters, weather you are all too familiar with living in Hinton. Canglow’s doors and windows are impeccably crafted to lock heat in the winter so that no energy is lost. In the summer, our products keep cool air from escaping, allowing you to leave the hot weather outside where it belongs. When you switch to Canglow products you can lower your heating and cooling bills by up to 25%.

The Custom Canglow Experience

Besides being able to stand up to the weather, our products can also be customized. We want to give you the doors and windows that match your tastes and your home. Our attention to detail and precise craftsmanship allow us to give you the doors and windows you want without sacrificing your home’s overall appeal. Moreover, new Canglow windows and doors can add value to your home. Any renovations and upgrades you do to your home can increase its price. New energy-efficient windows and doors can augment the resale value of your home, which is beneficial even if you don’t plan on selling. Your home is your biggest asset and anytime you increase its value, you get a return on your investment.

Beautiful Windows and Doors at No Expense to the Planet

Our products are made to last and without harming the environment. As an Alberta-based company, we are doing our part to contribute to the local economy and adhere to green practices. Our doors and windows are environmentally-friendly and made with 100% lead-free uPVC. Furthermore, we maintain our own recycling plant at our facility to handle waste disposal, the reusing of materials and to control our carbon footprint. We care about preserving our planet, starting right here at home.

To inquire about how we can outfit your Hinton home with stunning windows and doors, contact us at (780) 761-2161. You can also contact us by fax (780) 761-2162, email info@canglow.ca or visit our Edmonton showroom located at 14547 118 Avenue (T5L 2M6).

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