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Calgary Window Installation, Door Installation Calgary, Calgary Window Replacement, Custom Doors Calgary, Calgary Window and

Window Care Manual

Congratulations on your new windows! Your decision to invest in quality windows is a significant step towards enhancing the comfort, aesthetics, and efficiency of your home. To make the most of this investment, follow the guidelines in this care manual to ensure your windows remain in excellent condition for years to come.


  1. Regular Cleaning:

    • Clean the window frames and sashes with a mild soap and water solution.

    • Use a soft sponge or cloth to avoid scratching the surface.

    • For stubborn dirt, use a non-abrasive cleaner approved for window surfaces.

  2. Glass Cleaning:

    • Clean the glass using a mixture of vinegar and water or a mild glass cleaner.

    • Wipe the glass with a soft, lint-free cloth or newspaper for a streak-free finish.

    • Avoid using abrasive materials that can scratch the glass or harm any coatings.


  1. Hardware Lubrication:

    • Periodically lubricate all moving parts, such as hinges and locks, with a silicone-based lubricant.

    • Ensure that the hardware is clean before applying lubricant.


  1. Regular Inspection:

    • Inspect the weatherstripping for any signs of wear, damage, or deterioration.

    • Check the window seals for a tight fit and replace if necessary to maintain energy efficiency.


  1. Proper Ventilation:

    • Use caution when cooking or using humidifiers to avoid excessive condensation on windows.

    • Ensure proper ventilation in areas prone to high humidity to prevent moisture-related issues.

    • see our condensation information page.


  1. Exterior Maintenance:

    • Keep the surrounding areas clean and free of debris to prevent damage to the windows during storms or high winds.

Winter Care:

  1. Snow and Ice Removal:

    • Gently remove snow and ice buildup from windows using a soft brush or broom.

    • Avoid using sharp objects that may scratch or damage the window surface.

General Tips:

  1. Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

    • Do not use abrasive cleaners, strong solvents, or petroleum-based products on the window surfaces.

  2. Professional Inspection:

    • Schedule us to address any potential issues and ensure optimal performance.

  3. Warranty Information:

    • Familiarize yourself with the warranty information provided by the manufacturer and follow any specific care instructions to maintain coverage.

    • view our Warranty page here.


By following these guidelines, you can protect your investment and enjoy the benefits of well-maintained windows. If you have any specific questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us.

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