Deciding that you need a window replacement is the first step of a very good decision. But, if you have never had to replace your windows before you may not know what to expect.
Step Two: Choosing Your New Replacement Windows
We are starting at step two because step one was actually deciding that it was time to replace those old windows. So now that you have decided that you need to replace the windows you get to choose when you want to replace them with.
During this process you will work with your window consultant in selecting just the right replacement windows for your home and your budget.
Step Three: Putting in Your Replacement Window Order
Once you have selected the windows that you want, you and your window consultant will go over the purchase agreement. If everything is correct, you will sign it and your order will be processed.
From here, the Renewal by Andersen installation manager will come out to your home and re-measure each opening as part of our quality assurance. This is to confirm that we have the correct measurements for your new replacement windows before they are manufactured.
Step Four: Schedule Your Installation Day
The time that it will take for your windows to be ready after you sign your purchase agreement can vary depending on the time of year. Normally it takes 3 to 4 weeks, but can take as long as 7 when we have a lot of orders coming in. We will work with you closely in figuring out what day to choose for installation though, that way you don’t have to randomly choose a date.
Step Five: Relax and Watch us Do Our Magic
On installation day you have nothing to do but to sit back and watch us transform your house, just by changing out your windows. We will even wash your new windows and clean up after ourselves so well that you will hardly be able to tell we were there.
And before we leave, our lead installer will have you check each and every window to make sure that everything is just the way you want it.
That’s it! New replacement windows and a better looking home in just five easy step, so what are you waiting for?