What to expect on your window installation day
Many of the homeowners we work with don’t fully understand how simple window installations can be. The thought of having your windows replaced can be a bit overwhelming if you don’t understand the process, so we want to hear your concerns and answer your questions.
Common questions that you might have:
We want our customers to be fully informed on what to expect from the installation process. These are a few of the most common questions we get from customers before they pull the trigger on replacement windows.
- Will my interior window trim be damaged or need to be replaced?
- Are my window blinds still going to fit with new windows?
- Will the installation process take days or even weeks to complete?
- How much is the installation going to cost me?
- How long will it take to get my windows installed after placing my order?
1. Installation Crew Arrives
The installation crew will arrive and you will be greeted by our courteous and professional crew members, who will give you an overview of how the day will go. Depending on the job, your installation could take as little as a few hours or up to 2 days. You will be informed ahead of time if window blinds will need to be removed. And in case you were wondering: YES! Your current window blinds will fit the replacement windows. No need to spend extra money on replacing your blinds after purchasing new windows.
2. Removing the Old Windows
First off, the window installation is FREE. Our crew will cover your floors for protection. Next, they will remove the window without damaging any of the interior trim around your existing opening. The interior trim may not need to be replaced after the window installation. The old windows have now been removed with the casing that held the old windows staying in place.
3. New Windows Are Ready to Be Put In Place
The installation crew will make sure the window opening is clean and clear of any debris. Next, your new vinyl windows will be installed in the existing opening and checked for proper alignment. The window will be plumb, level, and square while fastening the window to the frame. The window will be tested to make sure it is operating correctly. Finally, the window stop will be reinstalled to its original position and caulked for an airtight seal.
4. That’s it!
Our installation crew will do a walk-through with you to make sure you are 100% satisfied with the job that has been completed. The installers will not leave the job site until you are completely satisfied with the installation and product.