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Coeur D’Alene Windows and Doors


The Coeur d’Alene Window Company was founded by industry experts who understand what it takes to build a performance window for the West. While many of our competitors are controlled by investment banks or big corporations, The Coeur d’Alene Window Company is family owned. We exist to serve the people we live with, our neighbors. We think aboutthe long term susta inability A of our products and how they impact our area. Take a look at The Coeur d’Alene Window Company and you will see why we have quickly become the preferred choice for many homeowners, builders and remodelers throughout the West.


Our goal at The Coeur d’Alene WIndow Company isn’t to be the biggest, the fastest growing or the most well known window manufacturer. We want to be be the best. We define being the best as building quality into everything we build and delivering it when we we say we will.

We think profits, growth and recognition will follow if we stay true to this commitment.  We also want The Coeur d’Alene Window Company to contribute to the well being of our area.  Our team is comprised of some great people.  We are excited to get to know you.

Technical & Other Information

This area contains information useful to architects, builders or anyone who wants to dig a little deeper into our windows.

The information contained in this area is subject to change/update frequently and therefore, may not be accurate. Please consult a Coeur d’Alene representative for the most up to date information.


The Coeur d’Alene Window Company produces windows that easily meet today’s rigid energy standards including recent .20 and .24 U-value requirements. Coeur d’Alene Windows can help you lower your heating and cooling bills, keeping you more comfortable year round.


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To know if you are getting stable, energy efficient, high performance windows, you can rely on word of mouth or worse believe every claim a manufacturer makes; but the wise consumer utilizes third party verification. The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the National Fenestration Ratings Council (NFRC) are the predominant organizations that provide testing standards for the window industry. Look for certified AAMA and NFRC testing results to really understand if your window is energy efficient and structurally sound.