It is not until you want to sell your home that replacement windows should be considered. You can take advantage of the improvements in the materials, designs, styles, and energy efficiency of the modern windows to improve the curb appeal of your home facade.
Here are the 5 tips to prepare your home for the windows and doors contractors to replace your windows:
Cover the Furniture
You must cover your furniture properly to prevent dust from falling on them. Use full dust cover or cover cloth as a spread over the pieces of furniture. This will prevent dirt from damaging the appeal of your furniture and other items.
Protect the Floor
The next step is to protect the floor area such as carpet or rug, center table, etc. from dust. Use plastic sheeting, canvas, or tarp and spread its overall floor area, when the project is in progress. The material will serve as protection from stains and damages rust may be caused by dust.
Cage the Pets
Another way to prepare for window replacement in your home is to put your pets in their cages safely. Your pets like a dog, cat, etc. may feel disturbed by the presence of the installers. To prevent them from causing a distraction while the window replacement is in progress. In addition to putting them their cages, you can keep them where they will not be disturbed by the movement of the installers.
Keep Valuable Safe
Although many companies run background checks and criminals verification on their staff before employing them, you should keep your valuables safe. Put your smartphones, wristwatches, wedding rings, gold, etc. in a safe to avoid a story that touches.
Another tip for preparing for window replacement is to ensure that you are available to welcome the installers to your home. Guide them and provide any assistance they may need during the replacement process. Finally, you have to inspect the project and certify that the project was carried out according to the contractual agreement. You should reschedule the installation if you would not be present physically.