Brighten your home with beautifully designed windows curated just for you.

Window Materials

Vinyl windows continue to be one of the most popular choices in British Columbia. Vinyl offers low maintenance, high energy efficiency, strong warranties, and a variety of colour and design options that can be tailored to many different home styles and preferences.

Energy Efficient

With a variety of glass options, vinyl windows can achieve impressive energy performance. Certain lines are able to meet Net Zero or Passive House requirements.

Design Flexibility

Vinyl windows come in a wide variety of styles, shapes, performance grades, and opening styles. This allows them to excel for a wide range of architectural styles, energy performance, and size requirements.

Low Maintenance

Vinyl frames can withstand the wet and damp climate in the Pacific Northwest with very little upkeep required.

Fibreglass View Gallery

Composed of glass fibers and resin, Fiberglass does not expand or contract with temperature changes in the weather. It’s stiffer and lighter than wood, low-maintenance like vinyl, and resists swelling, rotting and warping.


Fiberglass is a tough, weather-resistant material that has been used in the marine industry for decades. Its unique properties provide very durable colour retention, and a fantastic product lifespan of 50-80 years.

Eco Friendly

Fiberglass frame material has the highest thermal conductivity rating, making it exceptionally energy efficient. Fibreglass is also made mostly from silica sand which is a sustainable natural resource—meaning a lower carbon footprint during manufacturing.

Strength and Stability

Fiberglass is ten times stiffer than vinyl, allowing it to reach larger spans without reinforcement and without risk of the frame bowing or sagging over time. The glass fibers do not expand and contract under heat and cold, making it an extremely stable material.

Aluminum View Gallery

Aluminum continues to be one of the most widely used building materials due to its strength, relative lightness, and design options. Today’s high performance aluminum windows feature innovative thermal-break technology that allow it to push the boundaries of both large sizes and energy efficiency.


Aluminum windows are still a favourite among architects due to its elegance—it has the ability to provide huge window sizes with slim profiles and crisp lines.


Today’s high-performance aluminium windows are designed with cutting edge thermal break technology— meaning that they are progressively more energy-efficient than older-style aluminum windows. This thermal break technology paired with a performance-based glass package can achieve energy U-values lower than 1.0 metric.

Durable Finishes

Aluminum uniquely provides a wide range of extremely durable finishes such anodization, powder coating, and wet coating options. The results are increased protection from the outdoor elements and lessened wear and tear on your final product.

Wood Clad View Gallery

Wood clad windows are the best of both worlds—a wooden frame with the exterior surfaces clad in aluminum. Strong and ultimately personalizable, these windows are a perfect choice for unique and custom home designs.

Unlimited Design

Wood clad is remarkably personalizable, letting you choose from over 50 standard exterior colours, custom colours and anodized finishes, as well as a range of interior wood species and beautiful interior stains. Popular wood species in include pine, fir, maple, oak, alder, and cherry.


With wood clad windows, you can create custom shapes and reach dramatic sizes and striking combinations with endless operation styles.


Designed with the most detailed architects in mind, our window line delivers the finer details, including traditional and modern profiles, even sight lines across product lines, and custom grille options.

Full Wood View Gallery

Historic, timeless, and elegant, wood windows offer a traditional and beautiful look while still providing energy efficiency. Wood windows provide incredible design flexibility with a variety of different species that can be painted, primed, or stained for vibrant finishes.


While most of the window solutions today have been introduced in the last century, wood windows have been around for thousands of years. This makes it the most widely used window in all of history.


Wood is poor conductor of energy, meaning that heat will stay outside during the summer and inside during the winter. Stay comfortable in your home, no matter the season!


Wood windows can be crafted out of multiple wood species, which can be stained, painted, or primed for your specific tastes.

Window Styles

Casement View Gallery

Casement windows are hinged on the side and crank open outward, either to the left or right allowing for full top to bottom ventilation. Multipoint locking and compression gasketing allow these windows to seal well against wind and driving rain.

Awning windows are hinged on the top and open outward from the bottom, allowing for ventilation and protection from the rain. They’re often placed higher on walls for privacy or in combination with large stationary windows for a better view. Similar to casements, the multipoint locking helps seal well again the elements.

These windows are stationary and do not open. This makes them more energy efficient and allows for much larger sizes than opening windows. They’re often used in combinations with other styles to maximize the view.

Sliding windows operate side to side providing maximum ventilation. Because the sash does not open outward, they are an excellent choice for rooms that face walkways, porches, or decks. Their simple operation makes them easier to open and close than a crank-style window, and they’re a popular choice for fulfilling bedroom exit requirements.

Single Hung View Gallery

Single hung windows allow ventilation through a single operable lower sash that slides up. They’re often available with tilt down sashes to allow for easy cleaning.

Double Hung View Gallery

Double hung windows have two operating sashes that move up and down allowing for ventilation on the top, bottom, or both. This style provides a natural convection loop for hot air to escape and cooler air to enter. They were very popular in 1900-1940 architecture, and are nowadays often used on traditional style heritage homes or buildings to maintain an authentic look.

Tilt and Turn View Gallery

Popular in Europe for decades, tilt and turn windows are unique in the fact that they are inswing and open to the interior—and are able to both fully open or just tilt for secure ventilation. Tilt and turn windows have exceptional performance due to their design and provide high level of security and easy operation.