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7 Things to Ask Your Prospective Window Replacement Company

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Window replacement is usually a straightforward process. But to ensure correct installation, it’s best to leave this job to professionals who have expert knowledge and experience in this type of work. When looking for a window contractor to hire, make sure to ask these seven questions to know more about the company.

Can I Get a Detailed Written Estimate?

Window contractors should be able to send you a detailed quote for your project. It should include parts, labor and cleanup. If they refuse or can’t provide a written estimate with a breakdown of costs, consider it a red flag. A written estimate can save you from disputes down the line, so it’s important to ask for one before hiring a window company.

How Long Does Window Replacement Take?

Window replacement usually takes a few days, depending on the number of windows that need to be installed. In some cases where there are no additional repairs necessary, contractors can finish installing double-hung replacement windows in a day. If you are getting custom windows, your project could stretch over a few months before it is completed.

Do You Have Insurance?

Make sure the contractor has liability, workers’ compensation and property damage insurance. Ask for proof so that you can be sure their insurance policies are up-to-date.

What Warranties Do You Offer?

Your replacement windows should come with a manufacturer warranty and an installation warranty. Manufacturers typically offer 10 to 20 years of warranty for their products as long as the windows were installed by qualified contractors. Installation warranty, on the other hand, is provided by the contractor to guarantee their workmanship. Make sure to get the details in writing in case you need it later.

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