Windows and Doors Replacement in Regina



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2010 11th Ave. Regina
Saskatchewan, S4P 0J3

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Windows Regina: Perfect Options For Window Replacement In Regina

Windows Regina desires to serve all of your needs because your windows are one of the most significant parts of your home. Not only do windows allow light to penetrate your home, they can also add a photographic appeal to your home.  Although it seems like a simple process, choosing windows, you will quickly discover that it’s not the case due to the vast varieties available.  We have made the decision to focus the information in this article on the various materials that windows can be constructed of.  We will explain benefits of materials as well as the environmentally friendly aspects and how they can improve your home.

For beginners, Regina window professionals describe the important facts to keep in mind when it concerns the type of material of the window. While some time ago windows were made of wood and aluminum, there is now a wide array of materials, styles and colors from which you can choose. When you consider the climate that your home is located in and whether you have a new construction or a remodel, you are then free to begin your selection of windows, keeping these two important factors in mind. Below we will list various types of windows in Regina and their benefits and/or downfalls.

  1. Wood: Since it is the oldest type of windows, it is often picked for its visual attributes. It, however, requires a great deal of maintenance.
  2. Wood Clad: Like the above mentioned, this type of windows does require quite a bit of care. Although, due to this window being constructed of wood and vinyl, the maintenance requirement is not as strenuous as that of wood windows. From the interior, your windows will have the aesthetic look you desire. And on the outside, you will have the durability that you need.
  3. Aluminum: This is the easiest to install and often pushed by companies for this purpose since they can turn over a job faster. Also the cheapest, the old adage is true in “you get what you pay for.” The performance of this window is poor and it is prone to condensation resulting in mold issues.
  4. Vinyl: This has quickly become one of the hottest windows on the market. With their long-lasting and nearly maintenance free qualities, they are second in only one Vinyl is only second to wood in energy efficiency, and often their low to no maintenance and awesome performance coupled with their cost efficiency make them one of the most popular choices.
  5. Fiberglass: Typically this type of windows is only used in harsh climates where they must endure extreme weather conditions.
  6. Composite: If you desire to create customized windows, this would be your choice of material. Similar to vinyl, these are both strong and energy efficient.

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Selecting New Windows In Regina: Most Popular Window Styles Guide

WIndows ReginaIf you’re serious about doing a remodel or upgrade of your home, then Regina windows would be the perfect place to start when shopping for windows.  This can not only increase the value of your home, it can add some creative flair to the appearance of the home, as well. In cooperation with Regina windows experts, we have created a list of various window types that will enhance your home.

Picture windows Regina: These windows are commonly referred to as fixed windows due to their inability to open. Their main purpose is to allow light into the home and to allow a fabulous uninterrupted view of a particular area. Based on the information from interior designers, this type of windows is specifically geared toward use in homes that are situated in more remote areas where a scenic view is readily available.

Casement windows: While these windows are similar to picture windows, they are also different in that they can be opened. The windows are also easy to clean and are ideal for hard to reach areas.

Hung windows: These windows slide up and down rather than swinging in and out. These have been a popular choice for bedrooms for their ease of operation. Coming in variations of single as well as double hung, they work great in older homes, as well, making them ideal for a remodel.

Slider windows: Opening on one side and, like its counterparts, able to let free air in any room, it is considered the easiest to operate. These windows are great options for hallways and patios in areas where you don’t want to block.

Awning windows: This window has become popular for its use as a kitchen window. These are often installed with a screen to add the additional protection.

Bay and Bow windows Regina: These two windows are indeed different but are commonly used together. These vinyl windows add style to your home, and it is a plus that they provide amazing views. These are great for dining rooms, living areas and bedchambers.

Things Included in Regina Window Replacement Costs

window replacement ReginaFor windows in Regina and surrounding areas, the estimates provided above are inclusive of the cost of the windows and their installation.  Also, we will remove your old windows and frames, if applicable, insulate between the new window and its stud encasement, clean the new windows and dispose of the old windows responsibly.

We hope you’ll visit our website and take a look around to see our wide variety of windows Regina and the services and options. A live chat is available but if you prefer, you can call our customer service department to speak with someone directly. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you with our expertise.

Window Cost Regina

Window Type/Location Avg. Price Minimum Avg.Price Max
Kitchen $699 $1590
Living Room $1600  $2888
Bedroom $699 $1590
Basement $430 $699
Basement Egress $840 $1700
Bay/Bow $2750 $4200
Casement/Awning windows  $360  $1099
Sliding windows $280 $560
Single hung windows $280 $560
Hopper $430 $599
Patio door $1200 $1800


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by Valentine in Regina on Weather Pro

We had 6 windows replaced including a large bay window over 2 month ago, and it was a great experience. At first site the sales rep Oleksii Kochubei seems young and inexperienced ,but was transparent and able to provide straight forward esitmates without being pushy. Even more , after signing the contract Oleksii answered all my calls and came to the installation as he promised.The installers were on time, polite, and knowledgeable. The work was great and we are very happy with the final result. The windows are great quality and seem extremely energy efficient. Thank you Oleksii and Team , will definitely recommend!!!

by C P. on Weather Pro

Weather Pro replaced 15 windows and 3 doors in our home. The installation crew was extremely polite, clean, knowledgeable and was a true craftsman. We were given a timeframe of 4 days to complete the project and they were true to there word. We are quite satisfied with the product and the service that we have received from everyone at Weather Pro and have already recommended them to family and friends.

by G. R. on Weather Pro

They removed and replaced windows in 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and a bow window in the living room. They worked quickly and carefully. They cleaned up after themselves and left no damage for us to fix.

by mariel on Weather Pro

The installers were polite and courteous and we got exactly what we were hoping for at a great price.

by Chris G. on Weather Pro

The workers were very fast, clean and respectful. The windows themselves are of an incredibly high quality and there were no corners cut in either their production or installation. The curb appeal of our home has dramatically increased. We're very happy with everything and would not hesitate to recommend Weather Pro Windows and Doors. Thanks for everything, guys!