Window Colour


Choosing the exterior color of your new PVC windows is an important part of the process when buying new or replacement windows.

Many people match their new windows to the color of their soffit, fascia and eave troughs or other prominent color schemes on the exterior of their homes. There are several ways to add color to PVC windows. If you are looking for a splash of color to match the color scheme on your home and would like to accomplish it in the most economical way, adding a colored brick mould could be the answer. QualiGlass has five standard colored brick mould choices including white.

If your tastes require more than a little color, QualiGlass can design your new windows in the five the standard PVC colors white, chocolate brown, forest green, slate grey and crème.





Dark charcoal-grey is also available in foil for casement, awning, picture and fixed sash window styles. A popular trend recently is to trim the exterior of your home in this dark charcoal grey or black. Visit our showroom and see the variety of economical ways to add your personal touch of class to exterior look of your home.

If none of these options has satisfied your flair for color QualiGlass can have the exterior of your windows professionally painted with a specially designed paint formulated for PCV. Almost any color is possible (Custom painting charges and extra time will be required).




As with the exterior there are options for the interior as well. PVC windows have two standard interior colours, white and wicker (light beige).

Recently, new technology has become available coupling the warm look of real wood with the maintenance free quality of PVC. Visit our showroom and see for yourself this new custom interior option available at QualiGlass!

Jamb extensions are another way to add color and warmth to look of your window. White, wicker, stain grade wood primed white wood and PVC foil wood look jamb extensions are all available to help you blend you new windows in with the design of the interior of your home.






Another design consideration for the interior of your home with new windows is the casing (trim) around the window. 2¼” colonial is considered standard but sometimes when replacing new windows with old it is necessary to use the wider 3 ¼” colonial design. Many other custom casing styles are also available including the maintenance free PVC casings with rosettes.


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