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Sealed Window Units in Winnipeg

At Alder Glass and Aluminum, we provide you with quality products that improve the functionality of your home. Our glass experts can install and replace sealed window units in Winnipeg for maximum convenience and functionality. While sealed window units last a long time, they can develop problems because of routine wear and tear. When that happens, you can rely on our glass contractors to replace your window with a newer, more energy-efficient one. 

We have served the area's homes for over 45 years. This has given us a deep understanding of your requirements. We can provide you with personalized solutions based on your requirements. 

Please contact us if you require sealed window units in Winnipeg. We can inspect your broken unit and figure out the best solutions for you. You can view our FAQs section to acquire more information about our products and services. 

What Is a Sealed Window Unit?


A sealed window unit refers to the glazed aspect of a window. This unit is placed within the frame. It generally has two to three panes of glass kept apart by a vacuum or gas-filled pocket of air. This area between the panes enables the unit to provide you with insulation by limiting the transfer of heat and cold. Sealed window units will keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. By doing so, they reduce the stress on your HVAC system, decreasing your energy bills. 

Would you like to know more about our sealed window units in Winnipeg? We invite you to speak to our team. You can also view our blog for more valuable information.  

Importance of Sealed Window Units


Using quality sealed window units can be very beneficial for protecting your home. It not only increases the lifespan of your house but also keeps the elements outside. Some of the other benefits include:

  • Insulating properties ensure you are warm during cold days and cool on hot ones.
  • You use less electricity, which in turn creates a lower carbon footprint.


If you have a broken pane or a failed seal, the efficiency of the glass has been compromised. In most cases, the window frame itself has not been damaged, if it is still sound, it will continue to serve you well for many years. The sealed unit is the only thing that needs to be replaced and it is unnecessary to do a full frame replacement. We want our customers to consider restoring their windows rather than replacing them. Our goal is to present you with a reasonable quote that offers an environmentally friendly solution without breaking the bank. Plus, our windows can have Low E and Argon gas, which reduces your heating and cooling costs as it’s energy efficient!


If you’re still deciding whether the cost will be worth the replacement, Manitoba Hydro Power Smart offers up to a $7500 loan on sealed unit upgrades.

Signs You Need a New Sealed Window Unit


As a homeowner, you might not always be able to tell that you require a new sealed window unit. We recommend paying attention to the following signs:

  • Foggy windows: Fog and moisture accumulate between the glass panes of your window if the seal is compromised. The fogging is caused by outside air infiltrating the space between the glass.

  • Damaged glazing: Window units with broken glass and seals require replacement. The airtight seal between them is breached and is no longer providing you with insulation.

  • Drafty windows: If your window is letting in drafts, it is no longer performing its job. You might have to replace your unit, depending on the severity of the damage.

  • Damaged frames: Have the frames of your windows become damaged or rotten? They are not insulating your home as they should and are compromising your energy efficiency.

  • Water leakages: Water pooling around your windows or frame is a clear sign that your window unit requires upgrading or replacement. We recommend early action to prevent water damage on your property. 

If you notice anything amiss with your sealed window units in Winnipeg, please reach out to our team. We will provide you with energy-efficient solutions that enhance your functionality. Apart from this, we can deliver a range of custom glass solutions for your home. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some commonly asked questions about our sealed window units in Winnipeg:

  • When Should I Consider Window Replacement?  
    If your existing window is beyond repair or the replacement parts are outdated, you can consider replacing it with a new window from Alder Glass. 

  • Can My Window’s Old Sealed Unit Be Repaired?
    Once the window unit seal has been broken, replacement is the best option.

  • Can The New Window Unit Be The Same As The Existing One?
    In most cases, we are able to replace them with the same kind of unit. However, there are times when the new replacement may not match the existing one if the failed unit has an obsolete reflective coating or tint.

  • What Is the Cost of Sealed Window Units?

    There is no set standard for the price of our sealed window units in Winnipeg. Many factors determine the pricing, such as the glass size, the type of glass used, and more. For a better idea, please contact our team for a quote.


  • What Happens When a Window Seal Is Broken?

    One of the key indicators of a broken window seal is the appearance of condensation between the window panes. If the fogginess doesn't disappear even after you attempt to wipe it away, your window seal will likely fail. The moisture might often appear only in small corners as small spots. Besides affecting your window's appearance, a broken seal will negatively impact its insulation capabilities.

Get in Touch With Us for Sealed Window Units in Winnipeg

We would love to work with you to devise energy-efficient solutions for your home. Our experts have the know-how to work on all types of residential properties and provide energy-efficient windows that increase the value of your home. We can conduct an on-site inspection of your residential space to determine the best course of action for you. 

Please contact us if you'd like to know more about our sealed window units in Winnipeg.

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