5 Tips to Prepare the Window Installation Area

5 Tips to Prepare the Window Installation Area

When you have decided to undertake a window replacement project, you need to prepare adequately for a hassle-free, seamless process. Because of this,

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When you have decided to undertake a window replacement project, you need to prepare adequately for a hassle-free, seamless process. Because of this, we have put together 5 tips to prepare for window replacement. 

Here are 5 tips to prepare the window installation area:

1. Get in Touch with the Installer

Contact the installer and ask if there is anything else you would be required to prepare for the installation. This is just to ensure that the installation will begin when they arrive at your home. Call your installer and confirm that there are no changes to the schedule.

2. Prepare a Power Socket

The installation required the use of power tools. As a result, make the electrical sockets in the affected rooms available to the installers for use. Also, remove potted plants on the patio to expose the outlets there. Besides, make sure that the power outlets are working correctly to prevent any delays on the scheduled day.

3. Keep Warm

Remember that the installation process will last for more than two hours. As a result, there will be a lot of drafts in the house. So, you have to stay warm, and if you have kids, keep them warm until the process is completed. It may be necessary to prop the wall for a day; therefore, you need to prevent your kids and pets from accessing the area.

4. Plan for Clean-up

Window replacement is a job that causes dust and dirt. Although your furniture, flooring, and other items will be covered with drop-cloth, you need to prepare for how to clean your home after the window replacement is completed. Usually, the installation company will clean up your home after the process. You need to prepare for more thorough cleaning to get rid of dust completely.

5. Arrange for Disposal of the Removed Windows

It is essential to decide what you want to do with the windows removed from your home. If you’re going to keep them, tell the installers immediately they arrive for the installation. Meanwhile, it may not be possible to keep the existing windows, as they may have been damaged during removal.

The above points are the 5 tips to prepare for window replacement. Take note of each of them and communicate with the installer to plan the replacement process. Also, ask for what you are required to do for the success of the project.

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