Fixed Window Replacement

A fixed (also known as a picture) window is a rectangular, non-opening and stationary pane that offers an unobstructed view. Its simple functionality and design makes it a popular choice for rooms that require a natural light source, without letting in nature’s elements.

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Features and Benefits

Our philosophy is to provide residents of London, Ontario with the best quality, value and pricing for their home. Every project is different, so from conception to completion, we will work with you to make your unique vision come to life.

Save on Energy Costs

Standard Low-E glass, argon gas and triple weather seals offer improved insulation.

Weather Stripping

Compressible, dual-layer bulb, heavy-duty weather stripping seals out water, dust and wind.

Match Your Decor

The trim is available in multiple colours to suit the colour theme of your home.

Unobstructed Views

Fixed windows offer enhanced sight lines and unobstructed views.

Multiple Glass Options

Depending on your preferred window series, we have multiple glass options available.

Overlap Screens

Spring-loaded specialized screens add an extra layer of protection against debris and bugs.

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Browse our available styles and brands by downloading any of our brochures.

>    Fallsview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

>    Lakeview Window Brochure (PDF, 3.4MB)

>    Timberview Window Brochure (PDF, 1.4MB)

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Browse Other Styles

Choose from our catalogue of awning, casement, double hung, custom windows, and many more. We take pride in delivering quality windows with superior installation for your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fixed windows, also known as picture windows, are window units that cannot be opened or closed. They are designed solely to allow natural light into a space and provide unobstructed views of the outdoors. Unlike operable windows, such as casement or double-hung windows, fixed windows are stationary and do not have hinges, handles, or other mechanisms for opening. This feature makes them ideal for areas where ventilation is not a primary concern, such as high walls, or in combination with operable windows to enhance aesthetics and natural light.

Fixed windows can be highly energy-efficient when properly installed with high-quality materials and insulated frames. While they do not open or close to allow for ventilation, fixed windows are often constructed with advanced features such as double or triple-pane glass, Low-E coatings, and insulated frames to minimize heat transfer and improve thermal efficiency. When paired with other energy-efficient components such as weatherstripping and proper sealing, fixed windows can contribute to reduced energy consumption, lower heating and cooling costs, and improved indoor comfort.

There are several benefits to choosing fixed windows for your home. Firstly, fixed windows offer expansive views of the outdoors and allow abundant natural light to enter a space, enhancing the overall ambiance and aesthetics of your home’s interior. Additionally, fixed windows are virtually maintenance-free since they do not have moving parts that can wear out or require regular upkeep. They also provide excellent insulation against heat, cold, and noise, contributing to improved energy efficiency and indoor comfort. Furthermore, fixed windows come in various shapes, sizes, and styles, allowing for customization to suit your architectural preferences and design goals.

There are several types of window frames available, each with its own unique characteristics and benefits. Common options include vinyl, wood, aluminum, fiberglass, and composite frames. When choosing the right window frame for your home, consider factors such as durability, energy efficiency, maintenance requirements, aesthetic appeal, and budget. Vinyl frames, for example, are low-maintenance, energy-efficient, and cost-effective, making them a popular choice for many homeowners. Wood frames offer a classic, natural look but may require more upkeep to prevent warping or rotting. Aluminum frames are durable and lightweight but may not provide the best insulation. Fiberglass frames combine strength and energy efficiency, while composite frames offer the look of wood with enhanced durability and weather resistance. Assess your priorities and consult with a window professional to determine the best frame material for your specific needs and preferences.

Choosing the right type of windows for your home renovation project involves considering various factors such as architectural style, budget, energy efficiency, and functional requirements. Begin by assessing the architectural style and aesthetic of your home to determine which window styles will complement its design. Next, evaluate your budget and prioritize features such as energy efficiency, noise reduction, and security. Consider the orientation of your home and the climate in your region to select windows with appropriate insulation and solar heat gain properties. Additionally, think about the function of each room and whether operable windows are necessary for ventilation or emergency egress. Consulting with a window specialist can provide valuable guidance and recommendations tailored to your specific renovation goals and preferences.

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