Installation Process for Replacement Windows and Doors in Southeastern Florida

Window Installation Day — What to Expect

A lot of homeowners don’t understand how easy the window installation process can be. The idea of getting your windows replaced can seem daunting if you are unfamiliar with how we work. Contact us to discuss any concerns with our expert specialists.

Common Questions:

We want to make sure that our clients are fully aware of what to anticipate during the installation process. These are some of the most typical inquiries about replacement windows and doors that we receive from clients.

  • How much is the installation going to cost me?
  • Will the installation process take days or even weeks to complete?
  • How long will it take to get my windows installed after placing my order?
  • Will my interior window trim be damaged or need to be replaced?
  • Are my window blinds still going to fit with new windows?

Your window openings are accurately measured.

Quality installation is crucial for our premier window performance. It begins with precise measurements, followed by ordering the correct size of replacement window. This ensures a perfect fit with adequate tolerance to accurately align and secure the new window in place.

Your new windows are custom manufactured.

Once your window specialist assesses and sizes up your window openings, your replacement windows are tailor-made to ensure an exact fit. Each window undergoes a thorough inspection at our advanced manufacturing plant to guarantee your total satisfaction before it is shipped. Every window is accompanied by an NFRC label upon departure from our facility, allowing you to confirm their performance with confidence.

New Windows Are Put in Place

The installation team will ensure the window space is free of dirt and debris. They will then install your new windows into the current opening, ensuring they are aligned correctly. During attachment to the frame, the team will ensure the window is plumb, level, and square. They will test the window to confirm its proper operation. The window stop will then be returned to its original place and sealed with caulk for an airtight fit. Lastly, the team will verify the window’s exterior insulation to ensure it is adequately secured.

That’s it!

Our installation crew will do a walk through with you to make sure you are 100% satisfied with the job that has been completed — then you are ready to enjoy your new windows.

Call The Window Source Today To Learn More!