Are you ready to install new windows in your home? Once you’ve chosen the perfect windows, there are a few important questions to ask your windows installer before the project starts! By discussing these questions with your installer beforehand, you’ll be better informed about the whole process.
Questions Everyone Should Ask Their Windows Installer
1. How much time do you need? Typically, professional windows installers can finish ten 3’ X 5’ replacement windows within one day. Depending on your particular situation, your windows installer may need more or less time to complete the job.
2. What services are included in the project? Most windows installers will remove the original windows and any other debris from the installation. You may want to ask if there are any extra charges for debris removal though. At the same time, your windows installer should protect your landscaping and home from any potential damage from the crew.
3. Is your crew qualified? Making sure that you windows installer crew is qualified to do the job you’ve hired them for is very important. All Seasons Windows & Siding are a BBB “A” Rated Contractor, making us highly qualified to take care of your needs. Another excellent certification is factory authorization for the specific windows you have purchased.
4. Who do I call for any problems? Before any work is done, ask your windows installer who to contact if something goes wrong. For instance, do you call the original salesman who helped you purchase your windows or do you call the installation company?
5. What specific warranty is included in this service? You should have received a warranty from the sale of the windows, but confirm this with your installer. Many times, the manufacturer will guarantee their windows for ten to twenty years as long as the installation is done correctly. For this reason, many people ask for a windows installer that has factory authorization to protect their investment.
Overall, by getting all your questions answered ahead of time, you might save a lot of time and money in the long run.