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April 26, 2017 at 4:42 am

Glass Window Installation: What You Need to Know

Glass Window InstallationAre you acquiring new windows for your home or replacing the old ones? Replacing windows and glass panes in Auckland is one of the home improvement projects that homeowners undertake in their lifetime, and if you are getting new glass windows, consider getting energy-efficient ones. Owning these could earn you tax credits.

But keep in mind that though you may choose to install the windows on your own, you need professional help in selecting the right glass windows for you.

What about professional advice?

Ask the glass installation professional about the products and technologies that are available in the market. For instance, polyurethane products are effective in bonding the glass to the window, so you will not need to reinstall it up to 15 years, and low-energy glass is suitable for residential use as it saves energy and money.

What time of the year is appropriate to replace your windows?

Summer and spring are busy seasons of the year, and it is difficult and more expensive to book a professional glazier during this time. Replacing your windows during fall and winter is a much easier option.

Preparing your home for windows installation

Before your window installation, you need to prepare your home so that the installation process takes less time. Clear the area of any furniture and obstacles both outside and inside the house. If there are overgrown bushes around, trim them down. After the installation process, your windows need ample space for the sealant to dry completely.

Only hire licensed glaziers

It is important not to take risks; before you hire glaziers and glass professionals, ensure they are insured and licensed. You could also ask for their installation warranty and what the warranty covers.

Hiring a professional for your window and glass installation projects in Auckland will give you the assurance they are using high-quality products, and that you are getting the best services.

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