Glass & Grille Options

Choosing the right glass option is critical because although they don’t use energy, windows and doors can be a major source of heat loss. As a result, more Canadians are seeking high-performance, energy-efficient windows and doors. By considerably lowering energy costs, energy-efficient windows translate into substantial savings while providing comfort to your home. In addition, they can reduce potential condensation and cut down on outside noise. ENERGY STAR Homes equipped with ENERGY STAR-qualified products have lower operating costs because they use less energy than conventional products.

  • Low-E

    Low-E Glass Options Low-E (low-emissivity) glass helps keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. During warmer months, Low-E repels the UV rays that cause excess heat, keeping your home comfortable. When it gets cold out, Low-E absorbs UV rays, keeping your home nice and warm even during the chilliest months of the year. 

  • Dualpane & Tripane Glass

    Dualpane windows consists of two glass panels separated by a sealed airspace.

    Tripane windows consists of three glass panels separated by two sealed airspaces. Tripane glass is especially appropriate for extreme climates, since the additional glass and airspace provide improved insulation.

  • Tempered Glass

    Let light in while maintaining privacy with textured glass. Treated with heat so it can withstand greater force or pressure on its surface, tempered glass will not break into sharp pieces. This makes it ideal for windows installed at floor level or over a bathtub. Let light in while maintaining privacy with textured glass. 

  • Tinted Glass

    Tinted glass reduces glare and is ideal for areas that get direct sunlight in the summer.

  • Decorative Glass

    Choose from the standard glass and caming options.

  • Grille Options

    Grilles Between Glass (GBG), Simulated Divided Lites (SDL) and Full Surround Grilles (FSG) available. Choose a standard pattern or design your own custom grille pattern.