Proper Installation Is As Important As The Selection Of The Right Window Product
That's why we use seasoned installers who take the time and care to produce a finished product that you'll be pleased with throughout your lifetime in the home. The process begins with accurate measuring and identification of obvious wood rot concerns. Installers are required to adhere to strict guidelines on the methods of installation used and must check their work during and after installation. That's why we can back our work with our installation warranty. In addition, our manufacturers typically include a lifetime warranty (ask for details on your chosen manufacturer).
What To Expect During Installation
While we will be considerate of your needs, you should anticipate that during the installation process our workers will need to have access to the inside of your home. Certain furniture may need to be moved or covered. If you have window treatments (blinds, curtains, etc) you will likely need to remove them prior to our arrival and re-install them after completion of the work. There will be loud banging and windows will be open during brief periods of the process. For your safety and protection, you and any children may be required to leave the rooms we are working in.
Lead Based Paint Jobs
Our firm is certfied by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division to manage jobs involving homes with lead based paint. If your home was built prior to 1978 and tests positive for lead paint, we will follow the safety protocol mandated by the Georgia EPD. This will cause a somewhat greater inconvenience to you in terms of how we limit access to work spaces during installation and clean up. You will also be asked to turn off any ventilation systems as dust control is one of our primary objectives in maintaining your safety.
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