Taking Care of the Little Things Before a Big Project
Whether for aesthetic or energy-saving purposes, the time has come to replace your home’s windows. It’s certainly a big project to take on, and taking care of the little details can make a huge difference.
Will I have to clean up beforehand? What if I have pets?
Hang tight! Window Replacements of Georgia is here to answer your questions and help you prep for your upcoming custom window replacement project.
How to Prep Before Your Window Replacement Project
To make this process as smooth as possible, make sure your windows are easily accessible. The obvious items to move are pieces of furniture such as chairs, dressers and beds. If you already have this on your to-do list, you’re ahead of the curve – but did you think to move some smaller items? If possible, remove any curtains or blinds from your windows to prepare for the transition. Also, if you have any tall bushes or plants outside that might restrict access, look into trimming or pruning those plants to ensure that the technicians have a clear path to where your new, beautiful windows will go.
Find Space for Your Kids and Pets
While your house is undergoing a renovation, some routines and rooms might be a bit unsteady during the transition period. To keep your children and pets out of harm’s way, arrange an area for them before the renovation. To help with this, most custom window replacement professionals work on one area at a time – that is, they’ll remove and replace one window before they move on to the next. Because of this, your home will never be fully without windows at any point during the transition.
That being said, you should still make arrangements for your children and pets. Whether in an out-of-the-way playroom in the basement or at a relative’s house for the day, make sure they’re not in the middle of this renovation process. Plan the process so that your children and pets are completely unaffected and free of stress.
Find a Temporary Storage Area
With the shuffle of furniture and other items during this process, you might want to designate a temporary storage area for more important items. For example, if you need to move a shelf, you might need to find a safe, out-of-the-way spot to keep the shelf’s contents during the project. Keeping these items safe during your custom window replacement renovation can make the process a lot smoother and less stressful.
Final Step: Call Window Replacements of Georgia and RELAX
Is this project overwhelming you? We’ll take care of it.
Our team of custom window replacement professionals is ready to transform your home with the best products on the market that fit your home. Bringing style to your home and meeting your budget, our team is ready to take on your project from beginning to end. Serving the Marietta area and beyond, Window Replacements of Georgia is trusted by countless homeowners. Beautifying Georgia one window at a time, we’re looking forward to working on your project.