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Windows are not as simple as they used to be. There are a lot of choices to be had. There are impact resistant in places that endure storms, there are a myriad of types of window panes and opening and closing choices. There are fiberglass and metal as well as wood. There are materials that weren’t readily available or that even existed in years past. So, here we are going to give you the low down on low cost window installation for new windows.
Tips for Window Care:
Once you have your new windows you may want to care for them carefully. This means avoiding scratches or breakages. You may want to take several things into account when you’re protecting your windows and take care of several things. First, survey the outside of our property and make sure that you are trimming or removing trees and high shrubs you may have been using for privacy. During storm season you may get a tree limb through the window. If you live in a climate which doesn’t endure those things you may want to look at how many dead or leaning trees or just trim those that are growing a bit out of control to protect the glass. If you can’t and you’re on a large estate, you may want to consider impact glass which we have excellent rates on as well. Do you live on a golf course? Many of our clients do and many have had a golf ball hit their windows. Don’t assume you already have impact glass because you live where you live. Your house may have been there well before the golf course was built.
Call us now to make an appointment. We offer great rates on every type of low cost installation of new windows. Our installers are employees that belong to us and that means we know who and on what team installed your windows. This is a great feature that is beneficial for our clients and for us. If anything should go wrong after installation, you not only have a warranty but we have recourse. Together we can solve any issue at all with your installation. We have invested in our people and we understand that mediocrity is unacceptable in the installation of a permanent fixture to your home.