We have used this company for three separate renovations, in a seven year time span (cannot remember the exact cost of the windows replacement done in 2010).
The company representative, Vernon, is beyond professional. He is calm, thorough, friendly, and answers any and all questions before, during and after the reno. He likes his job and it shows; the customer is important. Choices are discussed thoroughly prior, and after the job is completed, he returns to inspect and assess.
The windows renovation involved three people, and our two storey home was completed in less than a day (approximately 14 windows plus a large living room replacement window). The area was cleaned up afterward, and work was done with no problems during or after.
The front entrance renovation was a wooden entrance and storm door removal, and an aluminum entrance and new storm door installation. The person responsible for that job, Alonzo, was a master craftsman in every sense. He spent 90 minutes removing the 37 year old wooden entrance (secured in 1979 with an endless stream of nails!) and then installed the new door and aluminum entrance way. I requested a black door with a sandstone coloured frame, and Alonzo immediately knew what the desired look should be - he used sandstone screws on the frame to have the black door appear as one streamlined square. This was not a usual request, yet his artistic sense allowed him to create what I wanted. The caulking application was precise and expertly done, as this artisan is experienced and has very high standards. We are still impressed every time we walk in the front entrance!
The last reno (2017) was a sliding glass door replacement on two floors, and again, the work was done in less than a day, and the area cleaned up well. The doors are gorgeous, and as usual, Vernon visited the day after to inspect the work done.
We of course recommend this company very very highly! They work in the east GTA area - east of Victoria Park, and also do Markham, Richmond Hill and Durham areas.
Photos below - please pardon the sideways setup! First two are the door and the third is the front window.