Winter is not the most popular season for home improvement projects. However, you may be surprised to learn that window installation is something that you can do any time of the year, including winter.
In the following video, we take a closer look at our Winter Installation System.
The Problems With Typical Window Installations
A window replacement project usually involves removing all existing windows at once, then installing new windows one or two at a time, depending on the size of the installation team. This process could leave your home open to heat loss (or heat gain, if it’s the hot season) and any number of air and noise pollutants in the immediate area.
Window replacement projects can take days to complete, depending on the complexity of the project; in which case the homes are protected by plastic sheeting during the night, which don’t do much to protect you from the elements. This is why many homeowners prefer not to have window replacements installed in the winter.
Renewal by Andersen® Winter Installation System
With Renewal by Andersen, you don’t have to wait until spring to have your windows replaced. Our Winter Installation System is designed so you can stay in your home during the installation no matter how complex the project is, even if it’s a complicated multiple bay window design.
Our installation team will first seal off the room before removing the existing windows one at a time to prevent heat loss. A pair of installers will work on each window simultaneously: one on the inside, one on the outside. This makes the process more efficient, avoids tracking dirt inside and makes the process faster. In fact, each window is installed in about 5 minutes on average. Lastly, our Fibrex® material frames don’t expand or contract under extreme temperature changes, which makes our replacement windows suitable for installation even in the middle of the winter.
You don’t have to wait for next year to have your new custom windows installed. Call [company_name] today at [company_phone] or fill out our contact form to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.