You Have Questions and We Have Your Answers!
Here are a few questions that often come up before, during or after installation.
Condensation is normal, especially in our cold Canadian winters. Moisture from the air inside your home can deposit itself onto surfaces at lower temperatures, causing condensation. In fact, the likelihood of condensation on new windows vs old windows is just as likely. New windows may even increase condensation because they reduce draughts inside the home. With that said, it's important to know how you can reduce condensation buildup to prevent mould, wood rot, and peeling paint.
To help with any condensation issues, ensure that any vents are near a window do not have obstructions overtop (like a bed or a table) that will direct the hot air to the cooler surface. Also, keep humidifiers away from windows and always remember to use proper ventilation (like hood fans & bathroom fans) to help control the level of humidity in your home.
We're happy you asked. First, remove any valuable objects or items that could obstruct labourers from doing their job.
Please remove your blinds/curtains ahead of time. If you need help with removal, let us know. Keep in mind that Trusted Window and Door will not responsible for any damage for the removal/re-installation of your blinds/curtains.
Lastly, feel free to go about your day. Installs often take 1-2 days to complete, and we know you've got better things to do with your time than feel like you have to stick around. You can trust our team to treat your home as if it were our own.
Just like windows, there isn't a "one size fits all" answer here. Although, continuity is important when it comes to window selection! Trust our team of experts to guide you in the right direction, and feel free to contact us regarding your options.
Bigger isn't necessarily better, but when it comes to windows there are a few additional benefits to sizing up. Whether it's more natural light, improved ventilation, or a natural canvas to unobstructed views across the street, it's important to sort out those details with your contractor in order to determine the best course of action.
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