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Gem Windows & Doors

GEM Window & Doors has a well-earned reputation as Toronto’s oldest and most trusted window and door company. We’ve had the same phone number since 1961—a real rarity in an industry where “windows and doors” has become synonymous with “fly by night.”

At GEM, we listen more than we talk. We start where you are—your needs, your budget and your priorities—to provide you with customized solutions, not a one-size-fits all approach.

We’re partners in your decision-making process, advising you on the best options to accomplish your goals:

Increasing Home Comfort Reducing Energy Bills Maximizing Light Enhancing Security Solving Specific Problems Like Floor Fading Eliminating Maintenance Improving Curb Appeal

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Is adding blown in insulation a good way to eliminate ice damming and what other steps can be taken?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Apr 11, 2016
Adding insulationis only one piece of the puzzle. The object is to keep the attic space roughly the same temperature as the ambient outside air. This is accomplished via insulating the building envelo ... read more
When a house is built and there's scratches as to where you can see a drill was use to install cave it's, is there a monetary value compensation or replace?

Rob Myers of Myers Homes PRO answered:

Jul 11, 2015
I assume by "cave" you might been "cove" or some other trim or millwork. It isn't a hard thing to fill any scratches, resand, and touch up an area like that, and that's something your builder should h ... read more

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