Vinyltek Windows

Vinyltek Vinyl Windows & Doors

Long Life has been proudly installing Vinyltek Windows for over 30 years. These high quality vinyl windows and doors are manufactured close by in Delta, BC, and keeping things local is just the start. These solidly built windows are smooth to operate, and like all of Long Life’s products, come with a lifetime warranty.

When it comes to quality, style, durability and energy efficiency, not all vinyl windows and doors are created equal. When you choose Vinyltek, you are selecting windows and doors that are Canadian made, ENERGY STAR rated and guaranteed for as long as you own your home.

Founded in 1986, Vinyltek was the first manufacturer of vinyl windows in the Pacific Northwest. When installed by Long Life Windows & Doors, you can have peace of mind that your new windows and doors are engineered to meet the needs of our wind-blown, soggy climate while standing the test of time.

Benefits of Vinyltek Windows

  • Canadian Made for BC’s Climate
  • Fully Customizable in Any Style and Colour
  • All Opening Windows Come With Screens at No Charge
  • Lifetime Warranty on All Products, Hardware and Workmanship
  • Energy Efficient Performance
  • NAFS Approved and BC Building Code Certified
  • Security
    • Vinyltek windows exceed the maximum ratings for air and water tightness, wind load resistance, and forced entry resistance.
    • Built with long-lasting smooth operation and multi-point locking systems.
  • Cardinal Glass is used in Every Window and Door for the Ultimate in Energy Efficiency and Long-Lasting Performance
  • Sealed Units Manufactured with LoE and Argon Gas available with 366, 270 or 180 technology
    • We generally recommend 366 to maximize insulation value, and dramatically reduce summer
      heat gain, and prevent ultra violet sun damage – but the choice is yours!
  • P.H. Tech, based in Quebec
    • Only 100% virgin uPVC (unplasticized polyvinyl chloride) for window and door frames for the ultimate in durability and strength.

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Complete Customization

Customize your windows and patio doors any way you’d like. Whether your objective is to maximize your view, airflow, aesthetics or just overall performance, Vinyltek has the solution. From size and shape, to different methods of opening, and finishing touches like colours and window grids, Vinyltek Windows’ extensive product line means that you’ll find the perfect combination to fit your vision and budget.

Together, Long Life and Vinyltek view your home as we would our own, and will work hard to replace your windows using only the most thoughtfully designed solutions that meet high standards of excellence.


Different types of glass have distinct qualities and attributes. Selecting the best glass for each window can minimize noise issues, winter heat loss, or fading.

The following five questions can help determine the best glass for each of your windows:

1. Is your home cold in the winter?

Windows are the main sites of heat loss in most Canadian homes. Installing replacement windows will reduce drafts, but even well-sealed windows lose a significant amount of heat. Selecting glass with a high performance, energy efficient glazing can reduce your home’s heat loss, and bring down your heating bills at the same time.

2. Is your home too warm in the summer?

Excess heat gain in summer can cause as much discomfort as wintertime heat loss. Well-sealed replacement windows will reduce some heat gain, but the key culprit is heat coming through the glass. To minimize heat gain, select glazing that eliminates infrared light. Fortunately, the same glazing will also reduce winter heat loss.

3. Is fading a problem in some rooms?

Strong, direct sunlight can fade furniture, paintings and flooring. Where this is an issue, choose glass that screens out ultraviolet radiation (UV rays) to protect your furnishings from damage and deterioration.

4. Do you live on a busy street, or is it noisy inside your home?

In addition to light, windows can also let in unwanted noise.  Most sound is made up of acoustic vibrations at different frequencies. Laminated glass minimizes unwanted sound transmission because the plastic inter-layer dampens vibrations across a wide range of frequencies, quieting low frequency sounds like truck traffic, as well as high frequency noise, like jet aircraft or industrial equipment.

5. Is safety or security an issue?

Safety concerns can be addressed by selecting tempered glass. The Building Code requires the use of tempered glass anywhere within three feet of an entry doorknob, in a bathtub enclosure and where a window is close to the floor.

Security concerns can be address with laminated glass as it works much like a car windshield and is very difficult to break through.  This option is ideal for basements, garages or anywhere that provides an opportunistic entry point.


We offer a variety of glass types to suit the needs of each room in your home.

LoE3 Glass with Argon
LoE3 (pronounced: low E cubed) addresses all three of the biggest residential window concerns. LoE3 reduces winter heat loss, summer heat gain, and blocks 95% of the UV rays that cause fading and deterioration.

Laminated Glass
Laminated glass provides increased safety and security, reduces unwanted outside noise, and blocks 98% of the sun’s UV rays.

Neat Glass
Neat glass uses the sun’s UV rays to help loosen dirt so water can rinse it away, leaving your windows virtually spotless. This low maintenance, easy to clean glass is ideal for hard to reach places. Read more about Neat glass.

Obscure Glass
We offer a broad selection of obscure glass options for privacy.

Options Available

Styles – Fully Customizable Lines:

  • Single Slider
  • Single Hung
  • Double Slider
  • Casement – Push Out or Crank Out Available
  • Awning
  • Picture
  • Tilt & Turn
  • Bay & Bow
  • Sliding Patio Doors
  • Tilt & Turn French Doors

Frame Colours:

  • Frames Come Extruded as White
  • Upgrade to One of The Standard Paint Colours:
    • Rideau Brown
    • Beige
    • Pelican Grey
    • Kendall Charcoal
    • Polo Charcoal
    • Black
    • Annodized Aluminum

DoubleNature – Vinyl With The Look of Wood

  • Oak
  • Mahogany
  • Pecan Gold
  • Redwood
  • Walnut

Window Grids

We can customize any pattern to match an existing window or create a new modern or heritage look:

  • Colonial Grid Pattern
  • Heritage Grid Pattern
  • Craftsman Grid Pattern

Add a heritage feel to your windows with Simulated True Divided Lite (STDL) or Standard Internal Muntin grids:

  • STDL grid bars are permanently attached to the outside and inside of the glass to create the look and feel of a wooden grid. The bars can be colour matched to your frame, and come in three width options.
  • Internal Grids or Muntin Grids, are permanently fixed inside the sealed unit and come in a variety of colours, shapes and patterns. Because they are attached in between the glass panels they are a low maintenance alternative to STDL bars.


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Our team loves meeting new and returning customers. Our free, no-obligation consultation is the best way for you to show us your window and door needs in the comfort of your own home. No challenge is too big.

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