Guelph

With years of experience, On Star Doors & Windows has become a household name in Guelph. We are continuously looking to enhance the experience and satisfaction of our clients in Guelph. We strive to work with integrity and utmost dedication to surpass the expectation of our valued customers. We are the premium installer and seller of doors and windows for new, as well as, replacement projects in Guelph.

Our Products:

Casement windows

If you want a clear view of the outdoors, consider casement windows. These swing outwards and are hinged on one end. They’re easy to operate with the turn of a handle and provide good air flow.

Double-Hung Windows

If you want a classic look, explore our range of double-hung windows. This category is perfect for the second floor as many double-hung windows have sashes that tilt inward so that you can clean the exterior surfaces from inside your home. Moreover, since they have operable upper and lower sashes, it ensures warmer air near the ceiling to move out through the top while cooler air can flow in through the bottom.

Single-Hung Windows

Just like the double-hung windows, here also you have sashes that tilt inward so that you can clean the exterior surfaces from inside. The only difference here is that unlike double-hung windows, single-hung windows have only the lower sash which is operable.

Awning windows

An awning window is ideal to prevent rain from coming in when the window is open. This is because awning windows have a top-hinged sash that tilts out from the bottom ensuring that only air comes in, not the raindrops.

Sliding windows

If proper ventilation is your biggest concern, think of sliding windows. The windows in this category have one or more panels that move horizontally along upper and lower tracks. Sliding windows can be opened up half to ensure appropriate ventilation.

Bay and Bow Window

For that beautiful outward arc look, explore our range of bay and bow windows. A bow window is an assembly of three or more individual units positioned at small angles, while bay windows are fit together at greater angles.