There’s a whole process involved with getting new windows, and it might seem convenient to let your contractor do everything. For your comfort and peace of mind, it helps to provide as much assistance to the process as you can give. Renewal by Andersen® of Omaha and Lincoln talks about the best ways you can prepare for a window replacement.
Give them room and space
Installing windows in Omaha takes up a lot of space. From the tools to the necessary implements, your window contractor will need sufficient room to work effectively. When we come over to your home, we’ll try to leave things where they are and be as non-disruptive as possible. While we’ll make sure we don’t damage anything, it makes things go faster to lend us a hand.
Be considerate to the neighbors
You can avoid arguments with your neighbors by keeping them informed. Renewal by Andersen of Omaha and Lincoln will always let you know when the job will commence how long it will take. This will help you to discuss with your neighbors the details of the project to set their expectations.
Be proactively protective
About 3 or 4 yards around the work area may get messy. Make sure that you move away or cover all things you don’t want to be affected by the installation of your Renewal by Andersen windows in Omaha. This is especially true for furnishings and sculptures that might be sensitive to damage and dirt.
These little acts go a long way towards making your window work move along at a faster pace. Moreover, these will certainly help make the process easier for everyone. Give Renewal by Andersen of Omaha and Lincoln a call today at (402) 513-2828, and we’ll be more than happy to meet your home’s every window and door needs.