From Here, For Here

The rally to shop local has been a worthy cause taken up across Canada.

For many industries, the benefits are obvious: Buying from a local maker or supplier keeps money in the local economy, protects local jobs and supports employees and their families.

But what about a Canadian-owned and operated window and door manufacturer like All Weather Windows? Do the same benefits still apply?

The simple answer is: Yes!

A Window To The Community

Founded in 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta, All Weather Windows has been a long standing pillar of our community and local economy.

Employing over 1,000 people across our plants and offices in Edmonton and Western Canada, we’re firm believers that the products we design for life in Canada should be made here, too.

Made For Canada

Canadian weather is demanding. From sun-soaked summers to the drifting depths of winter, we pride ourselves in engineering and building high-quality windows and doors that do more than just stand up to our unique weather — they thrive in it.

Every one of our windows meet North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS) ratings. Not only that, they often exceed the energy ratings set by local building codes and industry requirements.

Our products are ENERGY STAR® certified, which is the mark of high-efficiency products in Canada. We have been recognized by ENERGY STAR on numerous occasions, including as Manufacturer of the Year. ENERGY STAR certified windows are about 20% more energy efficient than the average window.

Like a lot of Canadians, this is part of who we are: We do things better, not just good enough.

Giving Back

As an active member of our community, our employees have dedicated themselves to giving back in four key areas of support:

  1. Assisting a wide range of organizations dedicated to children and families in need, those new to Canada or those suffering from illness
  2. Providing educational assistance for industry-related studies with bursaries, support programs and internship funding
  3. Supporting health & wellness for our communities’ most vulnerable — including support for mental health and those with disabilities

Want to get started with a free no obligation in-home consultation? Contact us today!

Check out these videos for more on how we are local:


Window to Canada