Window sales and installations are done by our professionals who understand all of the window needs that most homeowners have. We provide a surplus of window style and materials to choose from that make it easy to find and pick the best window for you. Our window technicians are highly experienced and can guide you on the best windows for your specific needs and get you the window solutions you’ve been looking for. What’s more – we help you choose them and install them too!
The process of window installations begins after you’ve chosen the exact windows you want. We’ll then begin by measuring the frames and ordering the parts to assemble your window. After scheduling a date for installation, we’ll arrive on site to remove the old windows and place the new ones in. You don’t have to worry about what to do with the old windows as we haul them away for you for your added convenience. After installing the windows, we’ll then adjust them and secure them in place for long-lasting use and impeccable durability.
Preparation is important when it comes to installing your windows. This is because there is much more of a process to install your windows than to simply fit them into the frames. Preparing the space available means removing any old window materials, including old or shattered glass to prevent injury. We also prepare the space by cleaning the area where the new frames will go, removing all plastic wrap or covers from the windows themselves, and adding protection to surrounding areas in case we must paint or use other materials that could stain your furniture or floors.
Most clients likely wonder what the out-of-pocket costs are associated with window installation. The answer is, it all depends! However, we work with our clients directly to ensure that they always receive the best and most affordable window solutions that meet their needs and budget. This means that if you have a specific budget in mind, we’ll do our best to figure out the most suitable plan to get you the windows you want and without breaking the bank to do so. Generally, however, you should expect to pay for the initial costs of the window designs you choose, along with any labor costs to remove old windows and install the new ones. We are able to pass more savings on to the customer by selling our products directly to the customer. Eliminating a salesperson puts money back into our clients pockets.
Storm Windows and Specialty Windows
Storm windows are some of the many specialty windows we install for our clients throughout their home or property. Storm windows are windows that are designed to particularly combat heavy storms and prevent glass shattering or easy damage when the weather gets bad. Other specialty windows can include solar windows and windows that are built for specific purposes, such as Egress windows, for emergency use or quick escape. These kinds of windows require some extra planning to install them correctly and ensure that they offer the level of protection as safety they are supposed to.