Improved Window Energy Efficiency. Government of Canada booklet.
Learn about window energy efficiency, including how to reduce heat loss and condensation in this 12-page guide. Important consumer information for selecting the right windows.
ENERGY STAR® Website — Government of Canada
The international ENERGY STAR symbol is a simple way for consumers to identify products that are among the most energy-efficient on the market. Only manufacturers and retailers whose products meet the ENERGY STAR criteria can label their products with this symbol.
— View ENERGY STAR efficiency ratings for windows.
Canadian Standards Association
The Canadian Standards Association is a not-for-profit membership-based association serving business, industry, government and consumers in Canada and the global marketplace. The CSA develops standards that address real needs, such as enhancing public safety and health....
Siding & Window Dealers Association of Canada
The Siding and Window Dealers Association of Canada has credibility by delivering consistently high standards of products, installations and business ethics. Adherence to a strict membership criteria and code of ethics has earned SAWDAC a strong reputation with consumers. SAWDAC's reputation with renovators is also strong because of the Association's many programs...
What to look for in window and door products — Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
Choosing a window or door is not exactly an open-and-shut case. With thousands of products to choose from, how do you recognize good value...?
The ABCs of Windows — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Buying new windows can be a daunting task, especially for the uninitiated. Knowing the type of window best suited for your home and geographic location can help you choose a window that reduces direct drafts from air leakage and the potential for damage from water leaks...
Window & Door Energy Efficiency — Government of Canada
Energy-efficient windows and doors can save you money by reducing the energy needed to heat and cool your home. When you reduce your home's energy consumption, you also help to reduce greenhouse emissions that contribute to climate change. Energy-efficient windows and doors can also improve indoor comfort by reducing drafts and exterior noise...