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Window Installation

Steps to installing your new window system

Original Window inspection:
Prior to installation the current window opening is examined for decay. If decay is found the window installer will make note of this and talk with the home owner about replacing the decayed material.
Removal of Original Window:
The window installer will remove the original window leaving the jam in tact. The jam is replaced when decay is found at the previous step.
Setting and Mounting of New Window System:
The new window system is set into opening and squared. Then the mounting screws are installed to hold the window in place. The window installer will leave a gap around windows for expansion and contraction.
Insulating the New Window System:
Fiberglass insulation is used to fill in the gap around the window, to provide better insulating value around the window. We never use foam insulation.
Capping:
Measurements are taken on the outside of the window frame. These measurements are then used to bend capping to cover the outside frame of the window.
Caulking:
The window installer will then use a high quality silicon caulk to insure no air or water leakage around the window.

This is a description of a typical window installation. Some steps may vary depending on the job site.