The best tools in the world are worthless if they aren't used properly. The same can be said about our products: we carry The Best for Less, but their effectiveness is dependent upon being properly installed. Our craftsmen are highly specialized and skilled in installing our products. While some home improvement projects are likely candidates for DIY, we recommend an experienced and trained professional for windows and doors. It may be okay to "ballpark it" on some projects, window, door, shutter, and vinyl siding installation has to be precise to give you the ultimate benefits such as optimal energy efficiency and smooth operation.
We know how important it is to have an installer that is proficient, courteous, hard working, and timely. We work long and hard to find the best team members, if you know someone that sounds like this, please send them our way. At Window World, be feel so confident that our installation team will give you the results that you want, we guarantee their quality work. Also, installation is included in our unparalleled warranty when a Window World professional does the job. If you are curious as to what level of customer service we provide, check out our testimonials.
Lead Safe Installation
One challenge that our professional installation team is equipped to handle is working with houses that have the presence of lead paint. We take your good health very seriously and have protocals in place to keep you safe while working on those products. The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Renovation Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule mandates us to take particularly stringent precautions when working in any environment in which lead paint has been used. On these lead projects, we contain and safely dispose of any dust created during the installation process. This is important so that lead particles do not escape and make their way into the air or surrounding environment.
If you would like more information on working with lead in renovation projects, please visit the EPA website.
Should I replace my Windows During Cold Weather?
Some clients worry about commencing window replacement projects in cold weather for fear of a freezing home. Instead of removing all windows and then replacing them, we fully replace one window at a time to limit exposure to the elements and save as much of your energy as possible. With this practice, you can keep your home relatively warm even in the coldest of weather; and then have a very warm winter thereafter with our quality insulation.