A window replacement can oftentimes be a disruptive home improvement project. The entire process can become much less stressful if you buy custom-made units and hire a qualified crew to install them.

How to Prepare Your Home for Window Replacement

You won’t have to do much during construction, but you still have roles to play to ensure everything goes smoothly. For Woodbridge Home Exteriors, here are the things you can do to make the lives of your window installers much easier:

Strip Old Windows Naked

Taking down the covering of your windows ahead of installation day will allow the crew to get down to business ASAP. It’s imperative to remove any decorations displayed near them or on ledges and place them somewhere safe until the project is completed.

Create Clearance

If possible, move any freestanding furniture that’s close to your units safely away. Installers need all the room they can get to put replacement windows in place with as fewer hazards as possible.

But then again, hefty pieces, such as king-sized beds and tall cupboards, can be difficult and dangerous to relocate temporarily without damaging your carpets or straining yourself. Don’t overextend yourself and let the crew take care of what you can’t handle on your own.

Provide Easy Access

Woodbridge Home Exteriors recommends clearing the pathways to allow for a smooth flow of traffic. Find out the quickest routes from the outside to the job areas indoors and declutter the floor. Lend your best parking space to the crew to reduce the ground they have to cover.

Anticipate Inclement Weather

The installation of replacement windows is a fair-weather undertaking. In case Nature doesn’t cooperate, come up with a plan to let the crew pitch camp conveniently to protect your interior from the elements.

The success of your window replacement lies in meticulous planning. Call Woodbridge Home Exteriors at (972) 217-7585 now to schedule your free, in-home estimate in Waco, Kileen, or Dallas, TX, and let’s get your project started.