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Custom Doors, 

Made Locally In Canada

A name you can trust since 1992

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Find a variety of custom exterior doors.

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Have your doors installed quickly and professionally.

AWG Custom Doors: Located in Prince George, BC

AWG Custom Doors opened in 1992, serving as Northwestern Canada’s source for quality made exterior doors and windows. Whether you are looking to purchase wholesale or retail, or new construction, we have the products to meet your needs and budget.


If you are looking for windows and doors that are constructed to the highest quality and want to work with a team that is knowledgeable and professional, come to AWG Custom Doors. You can browse through our showroom and receive a detailed quote.

A Name You Can Trust for Installation

There is no need to worry about installation for your new purchases. At AWG Custom Doors, we have installers that have been trained under strict guidelines and the best practices guide.  Our installation teams has extensive field experience.


We are fully covered by the WCB, and we have received multiple company accident-free awards. You can trust in our efficient work, our knowledgeable employees and our ability to provide you with outstanding results.

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Energy Efficient

Our doors are manufactured in Prince George and are made to meet all of the requirements laid out by the BC Energy Efficiency Act. We always look to raise the bar on product testing and efficiency to ensure that you are receiving the best door available for your money.

Professional Affiliations

Canadian Home Builders' Association
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  • Prince George Home Builders Association
  • BC Energy Efficiency Act Compliant

BC Building Code Compliancy (NAFS-17)

AWG Custom Doors comply to the new standards set in new 2017 BC Building Code, all exterior doors must now be tested the same as windows and skylights:

  • Standard Wind Load Resistance
  • Water Penetration Resistance
  • Air Resistance (Positive & Negative Pressure)
  • Forced Entry Resistance
  • Ease of Operation
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