When you are ready to get replacement windows Frisco, TX, it can be very exciting to get through all of the details and make it to the installation part of the process. The installers from the window stores are professionals and they are the only people you want to install your windows. If you do the install yourself, or use someone that is less than a professional, you might be in for a headache or two—or even three. The windows may not perform as you’d hoped and they might not be installed right. Plus, the warranties you get from the manufacturer will be null and void. Once you have the windows installed, with a true professional, you will still want to walk around the house and inspect them. Here are a few things you can do.
Run Your Hand Over The Windows
You will want to feel the windows for any rough spots. If you feel something sticking out where it shouldn’t or your hand catches on a piece, you might want to ask the installers about that. They might be able to smooth that out before they leave. And, really, you shouldn’t feel anything at all.
Feel For Air
On your old windows, you were likely able to put your hand up to the window and feel the breeze coming through the windows and into your house. When you get the new windows installed, it’s nice to hold your hand up to the windows and feel nothing. You no longer have a breeze! If you feel anything, something is horribly wrong and you will want it corrected right away. Chances are you feel nothing and that’s a wonderful change.
There are some things about your new windows that you might see with your naked eye. Does something look off? There’s no harm in asking about it. In fact, it’s better to ask than to regret not doing so later. Take a look at each individual window and if anything looks off, bring it up before the installers head off.
If you don’t get a chance to look over the windows with care before the installers go, that’s okay. They are still around and you can get in touch with them easily enough later. They are still going to be there next week, even, if you have a question you need to ask about the installation job.
When you hire true professionals to install your replacement windows Frisco, TX, it’s important to note that you are likely going to have no problems at all. That’s why you hired them in the first place. But, as the homeowner, it’s your job to ensure that you are satisfied. That means checking the windows over once they are installed so you can be sure you have gotten what you want from the project. The professionals at Southwest Door & Window are here to help you with your project from start to finish. We’ll show you the options and help you choose and then install the windows at the end.