The Story of Pollard Windows

Celebrating over 70  years of family tradition and commitment

Black and white photo of the old Pollard & Sons sign

It was 1947 when Norman Pollard and his family immigrated from England to Canada to embrace a new life for himself and his family.

As a skilled carpenter, he had taught his wife and children everything he knew about woodworking in the hopes of one day starting his own business.

In 1948, Pollard Windows Inc. was founded in Burlington, Ontario, not far from our present day location.

The Pollard formula for success has always been simple: work hard, reinvest in new technology and give customers more for their money.

Back then, every window was made by hand. We now take great pride in combining superb craftsmanship with the latest technology in manufacturing techniques.

Quality Manufacturing From a Family Business

Old black and white photo of Norman Pollard at his window shop

Pollard presently operates in a state-of-the-art, 300,000+ sq. ft. plant with its own dedicated R&D facility.

Recognized as a leader in the window and door market, Pollard is known for developing innovative products that surpass the most stringent building codes in North America.

Today, Pollard is still a 100% owned and operated family business focused on the design, development, manufacturing and marketing of windows and doors in Canada.

Reginald Pollard, joint founder with his father Norman Pollard was named Burlington’s 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year.

Contact Pollard Windows & Doors today to learn more about our family-owned business or to get started on your project. 

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Proud Canadian manufacturer since 1948

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