Fall is the ideal time of year to replace your windows. For one, weather-related delays are less likely thanks to typically mild outdoor conditions. Also, window contractors aren’t as busy during the fall as they are in the spring and summer, which gives you more flexibility in scheduling your project.
Here’s what you need to know about replacing your windows in the fall:
Outdoor temperatures that are not too hot or too cold make it easier for the professionals to install your replacement windows. Caulk adheres much better when the outdoor temperature is mild.
Steps Your Contractor Will Take
Ask your contractor what their plan is if the weather doesn’t cooperate. While fall tends to be milder than winter, there’s never any guarantee. The contractor you choose should take steps to protect your home in the event of inclement weather, and they should be happy to walk you through their procedure.
Make sure your window replacement project starts off on the right foot by preparing your home a few days before the work begins. Clear the potential work zone as much as possible, relocating any items that are in the way to another part of your home so the installation crew has a clutter-free zone to work. Cover the flower beds and other greenery outside your home with tarps to keep them safe from dust and debris.
This fall, turn to Renewal by Andersen® of Seattle for your needs. When you work with us, you have access to top-of-the-line replacement patio doors and windows for your home.