Residential Vinyl Windows and Patio Doors

What To Expect

What To Expect With Vinyl Window Replacements

  • Vinyl dual pane windows will only dampen some noise. You may not notice much of a difference between your old windows and the new.
  • Vinyl windows will slow the heat transfer in the summer, helping to keep in the cool air from your A/C system and will slow the heat from escaping during the winter. If you do not have central air and heat, you may not notice any difference in temperature control. Your overall home insulation plays a big part in temperature control, not just your windows.
  • Vinyl windows are made in assembly fashion which lack detail – you may want to consider a wood clad window if detail is what you’re looking for.
  • When working with an existing frame as we do when retrofitting, we can only work with what conditions exist. If perfection is your expectation, you may want to consider new construction.
  • Minor glass and vinyl impurity are not considered a product defect.
  • Screens are not perfect. They command the least amount of attention.
  • If your windows currently leak, a retrofit install may not correct the problem.

What To Expect During Installation

  • The crew does not isolate the work area or cover up furniture.
  • The crew does not provide detailed floor covering.
  • The crew does not provide detailed cleaning of your home inside or outside, after install.
  • The crew does not provide detailed cleaning of your newly installed windows or doors.
  • The crew does not handle window coverings or blinds.

If customer allows installers to handle their furniture and window coverings, customer agrees to take full responsibility if any damages occur.

Standard Industry Issues You May Experience

  • Minor paint or stucco damage
  • Wrong window size was ordered.
  • Manufacturer back orders.
  • Screen not included with a window.
  • Experience a leak on a torrential rain day.

All issues are handled as soon as possible.