One question we get asked a lot by potential customers is, “How long will it take to install my new windows?” This a very valid concern, especially as the winter months approach in Pleasanton and San Jose. No one wants their home exposed to the elements for very long. It’s also a concern for people who work from home or who stay at home with their kids during the day. Having your house worked on can be disruptive to your normal schedule if it goes on too long.
The good news is, when you go with a reputable replacement window company like Custom Exchange, you get the benefit of our highly trained window installation team. They have extensive experience installing windows and patio doors and know how to work efficiently. They won’t rush, but they will work hard to finish the installation in a timely manner. They’ll show up on time in the morning and will put in a full day of work at your house.
In a typical Pleasanton, Livermore, or San Jose home, our professional window installers can usually complete an installation of all of the home’s windows and patio doors in just one day. For a home with a large number of windows, it may take a little longer. When our installers are finished, they’ll clean up after themselves and haul away your old windows. You won’t be left with a mess to clean up. You’ll just get to sit back and enjoy your new energy-efficient windows and patio doors.
Besides the fact that professional window installers work efficiently, there’s another reason why we use them rather than general laborers: window performance. When it comes to the energy efficiency of your new windows and doors, the installation makes all the difference. You could buy the most expensive windows on the market with all of the latest energy efficiency technology, but if they aren’t installed correctly, it won’t make much of a difference. The same goes for sound suppression. Professionally installed windows will do a much better job of keeping out outside noise.
As you’re researching replacement window companies in the Pleasanton or San Jose areas, make sure you’re not just looking at the brands of windows they install in their customers’ homes—ask them about their installation process. Do they outsource the installation? Do they have their own team of installers? What type of training do they receive? If their installers aren’t trained specifically to deal with windows and patio doors, you might want to consider working with another company.
If you’re ready to get started with the process of having new windows and doors installed in your home in Pleasanton, Livermore, San Jose, or any of the surrounding cities, contact us at Custom Exchange. We’d love to talk with you and give you a quote on energy-efficient windows and doors.