One of the main reasons for people to delay or not even consider home improvements is the potential disruption they may cause. Like any home renovations, when replacing your windows, some mess is inevitable. At Droylsden Glass, we have over 38 years’ experience in replacing windows. During this time, we’ve learned the most effective ways to limit disruption and keep mess at a minimum.

The most important thing to remember when replacing your windows is that it’ll be worth it once the installation is complete. Depending how many windows you’re replacing, the project should take between one and five days. This is only a short amount of time when you’ll be inconvenienced compared to the benefits you’ll enjoy from your new windows for many years to come. Here’s what to expect from a window replacement project.

Preparing your home for a window installation project

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The only thing you need to do before the window installers arrive at your home is make the area near your windows as clear and accessible as possible. Remove any pictures or ornaments from the window cill and try to make a clear passage from your home’s entrance door to the windows. If any large furniture such as sofas, cupboards, or tables are impeding access to your windows, these will need to be moved before any work begins.

Once you’ve done all you can to clear the area close to your windows, it’s time to relax and let the window fitters do their work.

A professional window installation service from Droylsden Glass

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At Droylsden Glass, we pride ourselves on our customer service. From the moment you contact our team to the completed installation, we want to take all the stress away from your glazing installation project. We always treat every customer’s home with the utmost respect. We leave the working area clean and tidy at the end of every day and use dust sheets to minimise mess.

Installing new windows usually involves creating some debris. Plaster, paint flakes and old sealant can cause quite a mess and some consequential damage may occur to nearby wallpaper, paintwork and tiles. During a window replacement project, the area around your windows essentially becomes an active building site. Try not to worry about the mess which is being caused during the process. Once the installation is complete, we’ll remove any dust and debris and leave your home as clean and tidy as possible.

So, replacing windows can be a messy job. If you choose a professional window company like Droylsden Glass, however, there really is no need to worry about the mess. If you’re considering replacing your double glazed windows and you’d like to find out more about what Droylsden Glass can offer, contact us today. For more information about any of our products or services call 0161 292 1122 or send us a message online.