Any home renovation project is going to cause some disruption to your usual routine. Fortunately, you can anticipate and prepare for these inconveniences so that the replacement process is as smooth and stress-free as possible. Keep reading so that you can have an enjoyable window replacement experience.
Remove Blinds and Curtains
Temporarily removing blinds and curtains from around the window openings will provide installers with easy access so that they can quickly and efficiently set and caulk your new windows.
If your windows are equipped with alarms, you will want to contact the alarm company to have them removed and make an appointment to have them reinstalled. Keep in mind that while you may be tempted to do the removal and installation yourself, you may end up voiding the warranty on your system so that if there is a problem, the company won’t cover the cost or repairs.
Workers in Your Home
Workers will need to be in and around your home throughout the installation process. Of course, installers will be respectful of your space and keep your home as clean as possible, but there will be some disruptions to your usual routine. Your best bet is to use the time to run some errands and simply give the workers the time and space to complete the installation.
If you have tables, desks, couches, and other furniture close to your windows, you will want to move these out of the way. This will help prevent the furniture from getting dusty and provide easy access for workers. Also, keep in mind that they may have to haul windows in and out through your front door, so it is a good idea to clear a path for them.
At Gerald Jones Company, we provide high-quality products and installation services that put the customer first. We work hard to minimize any inconveniences and show the utmost respect for you and your home. Contact us today to learn more about our services and schedule an appointment.