Montreal Windows and Doors, Sales, Installation and Replacement
Porto Windows and Doors Team

About Us

A Corporate Responsibility

is a socially responsible high end door and windows store in Montreal that provides ethically manufactured products designed for the environmentally conscious consumer.

Focus on architectural & heritage preservation of key Montreal neighbourhoods

With over 40 years of experience in the sale, installation and replacement of doors and window’s in Montreal, is no stranger to the great interest placed on the preservation of the architectural & heritage significance of a building within its respective borough.

Below is a list of cities and neighbourhoods within Montreal that require permission and have guidelines in place when replacing or renovating doors and windows to assure the preservation and heritage of the particular borough. At Porto Windows and Doors we pay particular attention to the type of door or window that we sell to residents of the following boroughs:

Renovating / replacing doors & windows in Westmount

Before changing your doors or windows in Westmount you will want to visit the site listed below. It provides home owners with all of the necessary information regarding renovating and replacing doors and windows in Westmount.
Westmount guidelines for renovating

Renovating / replacing doors & windows in Montreal West

Before changing your doors or windows in Montreal West you will want to visit the site listed below to obtain all of the necessary details regarding the renovation or replacement of doors and windows in Montreal West.
Montreal West building permits

Renovating / replacing doors & windows in: Outremont, Ville Marie, the Plateau and Old Montreal

Regarding renovating or replacing doors / windows in Outremont, Ville Marie, the Plateau and Old Montreal, you will want to refer to the following page Montreal heritage and quality guidelines before embarking on any plans to renovate or replace your windows or doors.

Outremont, Ville-Marie, the Plateau, Old Montreal and the governing city of Montreal all place great importance on preserving the architectural character of existing residential buildings. In order to preserve the heritage of its neighbourhoods, the general aim of renovation permits in Montreal are to assure that any door or window renovations undertaken are done so in harmony with the existing buildings and streetscape.

Additionally, the town of Hampstead and the Town of Mount Royal also lay out guidelines for building & renovating doors and windows and in many instances require permits before you begin any door or window changes to your residential building.

As a general rule, if you live in any older, established neighbourhood within Montreal, it is always best to verify with your city prior to purchasing any new door’s or window’s or beginning any significant renovation projects.

Our Environmental Commitment

Our devotion to environmental conservation is demonstrated by our commitment to offering quality doors and windows made exclusively by companies that prioritize green manufacturing and disposal processes. Moreover, the products we select are specifically designed for longevity and Energy Star® efficiency.

Support for Canadian Businesses

Over 90% of the doors, windows and accompanying door & window hardware we distribute are made and manufactured in Canada by Canadian owned and operated businesses.

’s support for Canadian and Quebec based door and window manufacturers contributes to the enrichment of our local communities and directly impacts our economy in positive ways. By providing Canadian made products we also ensure that high labour and health & safety standards are employed in the manufacturing process of our products and that our carbon footprint is kept at its minimum.


We are proud to support the local community we live and work in.

Hours of Operation:
Monday 09h00 - 17h30
Tuesday 09h00 - 17h30
Wednesday 09h00 - 17h30
Thursday 09h00 - 17h30
Friday 09h00 - 17h30
Saturday 10h00 - 16h00
Sunday Closed