Finding the right professional to work sets you up to ensure that your windows will be properly installed. What’s next once you have that down? Here’s what you can expect of the window installation process:
Customized Window Solutions
One part of providing you with customized window solutions means ensuring that you zero in on the right replacement windows for your home. After an in-home consultation, a window professional will go over available options with you, recommending replacement windows to address your needs exactly. The other part of offering customized window solutions lies in ensuring that your windows will literally be the perfect fit so that means exact measurements for an installation area will be taken. No two homes are alike, after all, and so no two installations will ever be exactly the same.
Preparing for the Installation
An installation crew will be sent over to your home once your new windows are ready. Of course, this will be done based on a schedule that works for you. Before the actual installation, however, a window professional’s team will be prepping your home, which includes helping move around furniture to clear space. This is also the time that all tools and equipment will be brought in, including the installer’s own power supply.
Out with the old…
Once the installation crew finishes setting up, they are ready to remove your old windows, taking great pains to ensure that the area around your window is not damaged. Window removal will undoubtedly make a mess but you don’t have to worry about anything because the installation crew will take care of that after the job.
…and in with the new
Once the window openings are clear, installing your new custom-fitted windows will be a snap. Sometimes openings can become unlevel but the installation crew will do easy work of the issue and have your windows installed perfectly. After a window operation test is done and everything seems to be in proper working order, all that’s left are the finishing touches to wrap up the installation.
Your new windows are in, but the installation process is not quite done yet. See what else is left to do in Part 3!