1978

All Weather Windows is founded on June 5th, 1978 by Harry Buhler in Edmonton, AB. Employees include Gord Wiebe, General Sales Manager and Henry Banman, Production Manager.

1980

A 35,000 square foot manufacturing facility is acquired to accommodate rapid growth.

1981

Gord Wiebe and Henry Banman join the partnership and become co-owners.

1982

All Weather Windows begins manufacturing our own wood windows.

1982

Winnipeg, Manitoba branch opens its doors.

1984

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan branch opens its doors.

1985

Seven years later, All Weather Windows has 50 employees and moves across Edmonton to a new head office.

1988

The Calgary, Alberta branch opens its doors, solidifying the company's status as Alberta's premier window and door supplier.

1990

With a strong brand presence in the Prairies, All Weather Windows sets a goal to become Canada's largest privately owned window manufacturer.

1991

All Weather Windows become early leaders in the adoption and manufacturing of PVC extruded windows with an investment in Protek Windows.

1991

Vancouver, British Columbia branch opens its doors.

1992

All Weather Windows begins manufacturing PVC Windows.

1993

All Weather Windows introduces our first patio door: The Everest Patio Door.

1995

Bill Scott, Roger Hutlet, Peter Nguyen and Robert Gilles join the partnership team.

1994

Over 200 people employed.

1998

All Weather Windows continues to expand, opening a 238,000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Edmonton, Alberta. The opening of this plant heralds an era of streamlined production and efficient manufacturing.

2001

Newmarket, Ontario branch opens.

2001

An ERP system is implemented, which supports the doubling of sales over the next 10 years.

2002

Employment grows to 700.

2004

More branches open their doors, including: Regina, Red Deer and Kelowna.

2006

Richard Scott joins the partnership team.

2006

A second manufacturing facility opens in Mississauga, Ontario adding over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity.

2006

Lethbridge, Alberta branch opens its doors.

2008

All Weather Windows enters the commercial glass business by acquiring Maxim Glass in Edmonton, which becomes the All Weather Windows COMMERCIAL Division.

2008

Gord Wiebe is appointed CEO and Richard Scott assumes the role of President & COO.

Did you know that 16,000 feet of PVC profile can be coated in acrylic wrap in single day?

2008

Professional window and door services from coast to coast! First Atlantic Canada branch opens in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

2009

All Weather Windows appears as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for the first time, and also receives COR certification in Alberta Residential for our health and safety management system.

2009

All Weather Windows is one of the first manufacturers in North America to introduce the revolutionary technology of V-weld to its products.

Did you know it takes approximately three hours for a window to be made from start to finish from its raw form?

2010

The first time All Weather Windows is awarded the ENERGY STAR ™ Canada Manufacturer of the Year for Windows and Doors.

2011

The beginning of a long standing streak: All Weather Windows is named one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for the third consecutive year.

2011

All Weather Windows is recognized as one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in Canada.

2011

All Weather Windows COMMERCIAL expands by securing Allan’s Glass and Aluminum Products in Winnipeg.

Did you know we use a state-of-the-art process to recover 100 percent of the PVC waste created during manufacturing, allowing us to salvage high quality, usable plastics?

2011

The highly popular V-weld products are launched nationally.

2012

Named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the fourth consecutive year.

2012

Recognized as one of the Achiever’s 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in Canada for the second year in a row.

2012

ISNetworld declares All Weather Windows COMMERCIAL a safe, reliable and sustainable contractor and supplier on a global scale.

Did you know more than 2,000 pounds of PVC, along with, glass, scabbard, plastics and aluminum are recycled daily in All Weather Windows facilities?

2013

All Weather Windows COMMERCIAL divisions in Alberta and Manitoba achieve the COR Certification.

2013

Received the ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient designation on over 300 products.

2014

Won Best Overall Workplace (750+ employees) at the 2014 Alberta Best Workplaces Awards by Alberta Venture, and were also finalists in the Best Workplace for Health and Safety category.

2014

Won Outstanding Supplier or Manufacturer Award at the Durham Region Home Builders’ Association 2014 Awards of Excellence.

Did you know our manufacturing facility can produce an average of 1,000 windows and doors in a single day?

2014

Won Supplier of the Year Award at the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) Edmonton Region’s 2014 Awards of Excellence in Housing.

2014

Received the ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient designation on over 400 products.

2014

Named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the sixth year in a row.

2015

New ERP system is launched to keep up with technology and build a platform for further growth and expansion.

2015

Richard Scott becomes the newly appointed CEO with Gord Wiebe as the Executive Chairman. Jillene Lakevold, Colin Wiebe and Nicole Wiebe also join the partnership.

2015

Canadian Insulated Glass and assets of Alta Windows join the All Weather Windows family of companies.

2015

Awarded ENERGY STAR® Manufacturer of the Yearfor the fourth time.

2016

All Weather Windows receives four awards from CHBA, including: Supplier of the Year, Edmonton; Trade Supplier Safety and Supplier of the Year, Lethbridge; and Community Service, Saskatoon.

2016

Awarded the 2016 HomeStars Giving Back Award.

Did you know approximately 2,500 sealed units can be fed through the glass lines per day?

2016

After being acquired by All Weather Windows in 2015, Canadian Insulated Glass (CIG) becomes COR Certified.

2017

Received our COR Certification in Alberta Residential, Alberta Commercial and obtained COR recertification for the Winnipeg Residential operations.

2017

On July 1st, 2017 All Weather Windows is celebrating our country’s rich history and heritage on Canada's 150th Birthday with their Window to Canada project.

2017

All Weather Windows changes the name of our branches to Customer Solution Centres and their Head Office to Corporate Support Services to reflect their focus on customer centric culture.

2017

All Weather Windows receives the HomeStars 2017 Giving Back Award for our commitment to their community.

2017

All Weather Windows launches a Transformational Safety Program in Calgary, Alberta. Transformational safety is a philosophy surrounding safety culture, actions and behaviours and in Calgary included a Wellness Wheel and Our Brother’s Keeper program.

2017

Awarded one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the ninth consecutive year, achieving Platinum Club status.

2018

All Weather Windows' Transformational Safety program is expanded to Regina, Saskatchewan and Edmonton, Alberta.

2018

Ten consecutive years as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies. This milestone also marks the fourth year achieving Platinum Club member status.

2018

Vantage Patio door launches, replacing the Everest Patio door and offering new configurations of three wide and four wide doors to meet changing customer demand for larger openings.

2018

Vantage Patio door launches, replacing the Everest Patio door and offering new configurations of three wide and four wide doors to meet changing customer demand for larger openings.

2018

Ontario operations sold to Ventana Windows and Doors.

2018

All Weather Windows receives the ENERGY STAR ™ Canada Sustained Excellence award for products for their commitment to, and promotion of, ENERGY STAR ™ Canada.

2018

Our past is what makes our future so bright. All Weather Windows celebrates 40 years of providing Canadians with exceptional window and door services.