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Replacing the windows in your home can save you money on your heating and cooling bills, increase the value of your home, and give your home the look you have always wanted, both inside and out. When choosing the new windows, you can go with new ones that are the same size as what you have now, or you can choose to go with a completely different size and shape. Regardless of what you choose, you should have window installation professionals take out the old windows and install the new ones. Before the work crew arrives at your place, there are a few simple things you should take care of to ensure the whole process goes as smoothly as possible.
Remove Window Treatments
The work crew should not have to try to work around any curtains, blinds, or shade. In most cases, the work crew will work on a few windows at a time; they are not going to remove all your windows at once. This means you can take down the window treatments for a few windows and then wait to do more as the crew gets ready to move on. Be sure to remove any hardware too. This will be especially important if the new windows are a different shape or size and the openings in the walls need to be adjusted.
Clear the Area
The workers are going to be going in and out of the area. Most of the time they will be working inside, but they will also need to work on the outside too. Make sure there is a clear access path to the window so they don't have to worry about tripping while carrying tools, glass, or the windows.
Cover the Area
Any type of construction work produces dust. This is true with window installation. Before the work crew arrives, place sheets or canvas tarps over any furniture that will remain in the room. It is also a good idea to cover the flooring too. If there are flowers or bushes below the windows outside, be sure to cover them as well.
Having new windows installed can be exciting. If you are having a new shape or size for the windows, you may want to wait to renovate the interior of the rooms until you have them installed. This way, you can be sure the new theme, colors, or textures match and complement the new windows.