Every home and home owner is different, and will have different needs for their window projects.
At Douglas, we understand that - which is why we're dedicated to not only offering a wide selection of window solutions for our customers, but also to educating each and every one of our clients with the right information to best inform their purchase decision. No pushy sales tactics, and no obtuse product catalogues - just high quality windows, and the information and expertise necessary to ensure every purchase from Douglas Window & Door is the right one. That's the Douglas Difference!
Sourced only from our trusted supply partners - Canada's best in window manufacturing, all Douglas windows are guaranteed to provide your home with the form and function you require. All windows from Douglas Window & Door feature robust multi-channel window construction and weather stripping to ensure they meet and exceed industry standards, and are paired with your choice of insulated glass to ensure excellent thermal efficiency and sound abatement qualities. All of these promises are backed by our Lifetime Warranty Guarantee, giving you not only a great set of windows, but confidence and peace of mind as well.
Preparing for your Consultation
Experiencing the Douglas Difference begins from the moment we step through your door. As part of our dedication to our clients, we want to ensure you feel comfortable through the entire experience of purchasing new windows. Recognizing that our customers are busy too, we take great strides in making the most of our time together. It is for this reason, that we like to provide the following list of questions for you to consider in advance of your meeting with our Project Consultants. By conveying these needs to our team, we will be able to make proper recommendations to best suit your requirements, ensuring an effective, comfortable and efficient process, every time.
Here are some considerations to discuss with all members of your home to make your window decision:
- How many windows are you needing to replace?
- Which rooms are these windows located in?
- Are you hoping to increase your thermal/energy efficiency?
- Is temperature an area of concern around these windows?
- Are you needing to reduce incoming or outgoing sound through your windows? If so, from which direction do the problem noises come from?
- What are the visual and design goals for your new windows?
- Consider levels of light, privacy, colours, decorative elements, etc.
We look forward to reviewing this information with you and helping you find the best window solution for your home!