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Concept to Creation: How Chateau Windows Transforms Toronto Homes


The leading supplier combines an industry-best selection with a hands-on approach

Inspire. Create. Perform. For Toronto’s Chateau Windows, these three words form the basis for a bespoke, client-focused approach to windows and doors. Drawing on a marquee portfolio of window and door systems, the company also offers a full-service mandate that emphasizes aesthetic refinement, technical excellence and – not least of all – a personal touch.

From elegantly streamlined modern homes to a wide range of traditional and historical styles, an expansive selection offers a tailored solution for every project, ranging from luxurious custom homes to urban townhouses, renovations and commercial spaces. But while an impressive collection of windows and doors makes the company a top regional supplier, it’s the thoughtful, people-centric approach that truly sets Chateau Windows apart.

It starts with listening. According to founder Edgar Sigal, understanding personal needs is paramount to the company’s success. “We think of ourselves as more than a window supplier,” says Sigal, “and we always start with thinking; what’s inspiring people? How are they going to live in their space?”

Informed by Chateau Windows’ expert consultation and pressure-free communication – including on-site visits to evaluate new projects – homeowners, designers and contractors alike are guided through the portfolio and the process.

Offering a comprehensive array of solid wood frames – in Mahogany, Oak, Pine and Red Grandis, to name a few – and a wealth of aluminum, steel and fibreglass options, the rich selection of windows and entry doors is complemented by a knowledgeable, approachable staff.

Wood or aluminum? Traditional or modern? Whether its installation, thermal performance, sustainability or aesthetics, the staff is well-equipped to evaluate the best options for every project. It shows. Diverse in scope and style, the company’s completed projects are proof positive of Chateau Windows’ exacting, detail-driven work.

The testimonials attest to the same high standards: “The whole experience of dealing with Chateau was very professional from the selection meeting in the showroom to the site measurements to the installation,” writes Nanette. And not least of all, “the house is warmer in the winter” and “it looks better too.”


Get a closer look at what you can expect to find in the 2024 New Builds Issue of Designlines Magazine

In the 2024 Spring/Summer Issue of Designlines, we focus on New Builds and “celebrate the profound impact of creating something new, not just as an architectural endeavour but as a testament to laying down roots and shaping the very essence of our city’s identity,” editor-in-chief Joseph Cicerone writes.



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