Now that you’ve prepared for your window replacement and hired a contractor that you find reliable, the next step is to give the contract a thorough look. Once you sign that dotted line, the work officially begins, so make sure that you have a full understanding of all the details included within that sheaf of paper. But what does a great window replacement contract actually look like?
Overview of the Project
One section of the contract should detail the exact scope of the project, the work to be performed and the expected outcome. It’s always a good idea to learn more about the actual window replacement process, so give this section a read.
The contract should show the start and expected completion dates of your window replacement. It should also indicate the number of hours and days the installation team will work on the project.
Complete List of Products and Their Costs
You’ll want to see all the components that will go into your overall window replacement cost. For this reason, make sure the contract includes an itemized list of all the materials and accessories your Carmel, IN, window company will use – from the hardware finish and locking system – to the glass option of your double hung replacement windows. Don’t forget that the labor costs should also be clearly displayed on the contract.
The amount you’ll need to pay for the down payment, along with the payment schedule, should be clear on the contract.
Credentials and Warranties
Make sure to look for the contractor licensing, insurance and certification in the window replacement contract. To prevent any issues in the future, it should also include the complete details of the warranty coverage.
Give Us a Call Now
When you choose Renewal by Andersen® Midwest for your home window replacement, you’re always sure the project contract will be comprehensive and accurate. Combining exceptional workmanship and worry-free customer service, we’ll make sure your experience with us is both smooth and satisfactory. We proudly serve the areas in and around Carmel, IN, and Middletown, OH. Call us at (602) 562-1176, or fill out this contact form to set up your window evaluation.