Central Alberta is where you’ll find Woodlands County. Within the picturesque county lies Whitecourt, a gorgeous town with 9,605 residents. The town rests at the confluence of four distinct waterways, the Athabasca River, Beaver Creek, McLeod River, and the Sakwatamau River. Besides boating, fishing, and swimming, Whitecourt has a trail system and outdoor skating rinks. As a Whitecourt resident, you know how tricky the weather can be. Are your doors and windows up to the task of keeping warm air from escaping in the winter and heat out in the summer?

Airtight Windows and Doors

Canglow Windows & Doors is a premier manufacturer of quality fenestration units that are built to last. Our products are designed to combat the Alberta weather – no matter what season it is – and make sure energy loss doesn’t occur. Our products are not only energy-efficient but they’ve passed the energy-rating test proving that they help conserve energy and can lower your monthly bills. Some of our customers report that they’ve saved up to 25% on their heating and cooling bills. Who knew windows and doors could be so good to your wallet? We knew, that’s why we’re so proud to make products that Albertans can count on during a snowstorm and on sunny days.

Match Your Home’s Look

Oftentimes when you need to upgrade your windows and doors, you can’t find the exact ones you want. With Canglow, you will. One of our main goals is to provide the good people of Whitecourt with windows and doors that not only save energy but also fit their home’s aesthetic. Your home is where you spend most of your time and you put much effort into making sure it looks the way you want. We can customize our products so that they don’t compromise your home’s overall look. We’ll make sure you get the exactly what you want and we’ll even install the doors and windows for you. Instead of having to rely on outside contractors to take care of the installation process, Canglow has you covered.

The Value of Being Green

Our products may come in a variety of colours but deep down, they’re as green as they come. We adhere to environmental practices at our facility because we want to help preserve the planet. Our windows and doors are Energy Star and BBB (Better Business Bureau) certified. Green products can improve your home and add value to it. Even if you have no plans to sell your Whitecourt property, adding to its worth ensures that you are getting a great return on your investment.

Upgrade to gorgeous, custom-crafted Canglow doors and windows and turn your Whitecourt home into an energy-saving palace. Drop by our Edmonton showroom, 14547 118 Avenue (T5L 2M6), give us a call (780) 761-2161, fax us (780) 761-2162 or contact us via email info@canglow.ca. Let us improve your home today.

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