What does it mean when we talk about high-performance doors and windows? How do you choose between double or triple glazing? How can I save on my electric bill? Check out our blog articles to better understand the world of energy efficiency in doors and windows and for guidance through the purchasing process.

Greener Homes: A Federal Grant Supporting Energy-Efficient Retrofits

Greener Homes: A Federal Grant Supporting Energy-Efficient Retrofits

Is your power bill too high? Do you want to reduce your energy consumption? If you’re concerned about your environmental footprint – and your wallet – then the Canada Greener Homes Grant is for you!

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Energy-efficient glass:  Understanding low-E, argon and triple-glazing

Energy-efficient glass: Understanding low-E, argon and triple-glazing

Do you know where the heat losses are occurring in your home? Roofing, walls, floors and thermal bridges are what you need to keep an eye on. Doors and windows can be another culprit. In fact, up to 25% of all heat loss is attributable to door and window products.

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5 ways to reduce your electricity bill

5 ways to reduce your electricity bill

Winter is coming! And while cosy nights at home are something to look forward to, they can also mean heftier utilities bill. Here are some simple precautions and habits to help you avoid unpleasant surprises and lower your energy spending.

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4 benefits of natural light

4 benefits of natural light

There are many reasons why light is one of the first things people consider when buying or building a home. Not only does natural light enhance our homes, it also has a positive effect on many aspects of our personality. Just a few years ago, scientific studies confirmed its positive impact on health.

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5 things to know about the energy performance of windows

5 things to know about the energy performance of windows

Windows let in natural light and allow air to circulate around our homes, but they can also let in cold, heat or humidity, which are less welcome. This is why considering the energy performance of windows is essential.

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