Owner, Bradley Wiebe has been installing windows and doors in Saskatoon and area for over 15 years. Bradley grew up outside Saskatoon on a farm and has always known the meaning of hard work. He took pride in helping his dad on the family farm with everything from re-roofing the shop, installing windows and doors to running farm equipment. Bradley was previously co-owner of a local window and door company when his wife Joanne was diagnosed with cancer. When her cancer progressed, he made the decision to step down as co-owner to be able to have more flexibility to be there for his wife and two young boys. He registered his own business, Wiebe Windows & More, in 2015, and did contract work for the company he used to own. He also offered other services such as carpentry and worked on both interior and exterior renovation projects on a referral basis from his many happy clients. Unfortunately, his wife lost her battle with cancer in October 2016.
In 2017 Bradley knew that he needed to continue to grow his business, Wiebe Windows & More. As the owner, he is confident he can manage the projects for the clients he works with to the high standard of quality and service he has set for himself over the past decade. Bradley is on site daily working with his installers to ensure that the level of quality workmanship, reliability, and good old fashioned customer service that his business is known for is consistent and maintained.
WHY WE STAND BEHIND THE WINDOW AND DOOR PRODUCTS WE USE.
At Wiebe Windows & More we install and use products that are manufactured in Canada. These products are built for our unique Saskatchewan climate, from extreme heat to extreme cold. Plygem and Westek are Canadian companies that manufacture the windows in Canada, they specialize in windows and doors products made for our climate zone. All of the Windows are Energy Star and NAFS rated, and they will improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Wiebe Windows & More Supports The Saskatoon Community
Bradley believes in supporting the community and has volunteered to coach his sons’s hockey teams in previous years and has volunteered for the Mending Little Hearts Fund of Saskatchewan. The Mending Little Hearts Fund is a designated fund through the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation that designates it’s funds to supporting heart families and pediatric cardiology right here in Saskatchewan! Bradley knows a young boy, William who had open heart surgery in 2016 and understands how important it is to support this great cause.