To prepare for the installation of your new windows, make sure you have all of the materials and tools that will be needed. You should also make sure that there is enough space in the room for your contractor to work comfortably. You may want to remove any items from the window area that could get damaged during the installation process.
Contact with contractor
To make sure your window replacement goes smoothly, confirm all details with your contractor at least two days before installation. Confirm the date is still good, and what time your installer can be expected to arrive.
Leave some space around the window.
Before you have new windows installed, make sure to clear out any space around them. To get the perfect view of the eclipse, you’ll need to move your blinds and drapes out of the way, but any artwork or other items that you’ve placed on the floor in front of your window should be moved at least a few feet away.
Protect Kids and Pets
When you have your windows replaced, be sure to leave your pets and children with friends or family. During the installation process, installers will come in and out of your home all day, but it is possible for pets to escape. Also, young children may come across materials they shouldn’t touch while their parents are distracted.