Fenêtres Concept manufactures their Energy Star certified products in compliance with the highest industry standards in Canada. With the aid of cutting-edge equipment and a team of experts, Fenêtres Concept is pleased to offer a variety of windows from their Filosia Collection, carefully designed using the highest-quality materials available. Their stable workforce is a source of pride for the company, and their long-term commitment has been a guarantee of consistent quality for more than 30 years.
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Fenêtres Concept specializes in PVC casement windows and aluminum-hybrid casement windows, as well as PVC awning windows and aluminum-hybrid awning windows.
Fenêtres Concept offers magnificent single- and double-pane PVC sliding windows, in addition to single- and double-pane aluminum-hybrid sliding windows.
Fenêtres Concept produces high-performance single- and double-pane PVC sash windows, as well as single- and double-pane aluminum-hybrid sash windows.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Are the windows from Fenêtres Concept Energy Star certified?
How do I take measurements before replacing my windows?
At Fenêtres Concept, you can choose from a variety of Energy Star certified products that meet the strictest technical specifications in the area of energy efficiency. These products will help you save money on your utility bills by reducing your annual energy consumption.
This requires several different steps.
To measure a window properly, you must first take measurements outside of the frame, from side to side and from top to bottom, repeating the process in at least two different places for a total of three horizontal and three vertical measurements (e.g. left, center and right and top, center and bottom). You will then use the shortest measurement in each direction, making sure to allow for 6 mm of clearance on each side of the window (for fitting and insulation).
You will also need to ensure that the exterior and interior measurements coincide. When taking the interior measurements, you must remove the casing in order to expose the frame. If the exterior measurements are greater than the interior ones, you’ll need to order a window with molding to compensate for the variance.