What to Expect during Your Window Replacement

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The benefits of upgrading your windows heighten in West Texas. Switching to energy-efficient units directly result to lower utility bills by reducing the cost of cooling and artificial lighting. Apart from blocking the heat and minimizing thermal transfer, high-performance windows also provide superior UV protection to slow down the fading of your valuables.

Window Replacement

When considering a windows replacement as your next home project, Jones and Associates shares the things you should expect:

Customization

Custom-building replacement fenestration products, especially windows, is becoming more popular than buying off-the-shelf items. Customization doesn’t only let you design your glass units you way; it also ensures they’d fit your wall openings. In turn, the process helps improve long-term weathertightness and expedite the installation.

Other than window styles, premium products are available in an array of decorative choices. For instance, Simonton Platinum Prism replacement windows come in different glass, color, grid, and hardware options, giving you considerable latitude to design your dream units.

Other than helping you explore your options, an experienced design consultant will take detailed measurements of your wall apertures.

Unknown

Hidden structural problems are hard to accurately predict, but experienced contractors could usually tell their presence beforehand. Your consultant would take note of them and usually list them in the contract as exclusions. It may be premature to include them in the cost, but they can help you prepare your contingency budget.

Permit

Some cities require a permit for a window replacement. If one is necessary in your area, clarify who’ll be responsible for its application. The project wouldn’t move forward unless the essential paperwork is finished.

Sweat Equity

You may be hiring professionals, but it pays to play an active role in the process to minimize the cost of labor. Clearing the pathway and the work areas is a simple gesture to speed up your project’s completion. You could leave everything to installers, but the additional time they need to prep your home for the job could cost you extra.

Guarantee the success of your window upgrade in Lubbock, Midland, or Odessa, TX. Call Jones and Associates now at (806) 686-1380 to schedule your FREE, in-home consultation to discuss your project in detail.

About JeffJones

Jeff & L’Anna Jones opened Jones & Associates in 1987. Their goal was to build a home improvement company that stressed quality and integrity. That plan has been blessed. Since 2007, Jones & Associates has regularly been named as one of “Qualified Remodelers” Top 500 Contractors in the United States. They have had the privilege of working on over 11,000 South Plains Homes. Jeff and L’Anna have three children: Austin, his wife, Kim and their daughter, Ainsley, Linley and Nick, his wife, Chlo and their daughter, Georgia. They are extremely proud of their children and the outstanding adults they have become. Jeff’s interests include racquetball, volleyball, water skiing, hunting and reading. He has played an active role in church and serves on several community boards. Circle us on Google+
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