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Hi, I’m Nathen, owner of Windows For Life. Below you’ll find answers to the most common questions we get regarding window replacement and window installation. Learn more about your project before it starts and get in touch with us if you have any other questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
It is not necessary for you to be at home while we install your windows. However, if you have any specific questions or concerns that you would like us to address during the installation, we encourage you to be available by phone. We’ll make sure to perform a thorough walkthrough together once your windows are in place to make sure you’re happy with every detail.
Yes, Windows For Life is a licensed Pella and Andersen window installer. We’ve been in business for over 13 years and have installed thousands of windows during this time.
We love to leave you with a finished window and a home that you can use right away. We install interior and exterior trim to complete the look of your windows.
Spring and summer are the best times of year to replace windows because the weather is warm, but you can replace your windows in the winter too. We’ll take extra precautions to ensure your home stays comfortable during the install.
Installing windows on your own without the help of a professional can be quite difficult and frustrating. Window installation is a complex task that requires a high level of skill and experience. If you do not have any prior experience or training, it is likely that you will not be able to install the window properly. This could lead to a number of problems, including water leakage, damage to the surrounding walls, reduced energy efficiency, and lack of warranty. In addition, improperly installed windows can be quite dangerous, especially if they are not secured properly.
The answer to this question is dependent on a few factors, the most important of which is the type of replacement windows that are installed. Vinyl windows, for example, can be installed without making any holes in the walls, which means there will be no damage. However, if wood windows are replaced with vinyl ones, there may be some damage to the wall where the old window was removed since a new frame needs to be put in place. In some cases, the trim around the window may also have to be replaced. Regardless of your situation, we’ll make sure that when your new windows are in place, your walls and home will look flawless.
There is a good chance that your home will be warmer if you replace your old windows with new ones. The U-factor of the window will play a role in how warm your home is, so make sure to choose a window with a low U-factor if you live in a cold climate. Additionally, the type of glass used in the window and the gas between the panes can also impact how warm your home is. Make sure to ask about these features when you are comparing new windows.
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