Duxton Windows & Doors is a Winnipeg-based family business, dedicated to the creation of beautiful, high-performance fiberglass windows and doors.
Pultruded fiberglass is an engineered material that is created through a process where strands of glass and glass matting are pulled through a heated die. The glass is bonded with resin as it passes through a die at extremely high temperatures. The result is a very strong, stable, insulating material, well-suited to windows and doors. Fiberglass lineals are painted with an architectural coating to add any color to the finished product.
*Lo-E stands for low emissivity, and refers to a windowpane that is coated in microscopic layers of metallic oxides. The coating is invisible to the naked eye, so it allows as much natural light into the home as possible, while also protecting your home from unwanted UV rays – which can burn skin and fade carpets and furniture. This coating also helps to control radiant heat (infrared light), so it helps keep your house warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.