Red Carpet Remodeling has set forth below a set of steps during the process to what our clients can thoughtfully anticipate. These phases will be followed closely in order to establish a level of expectation and superior performance for the homeowners and ourselves. Click on the items below for a detailed description.
PHASE 1: PRE-INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
- You will receive a phone call from your Scheduling Manager, Michelle Rhoads, to set an appointment for a re-measure with Bryan Bombard, your Project Supervisor, to review every detail of your window project
- This includes; precise measurements, what product/model number, clarify the exact specifications; styles, color, grids, glass package, screens, etc. He will fully understand your special instructions, needs, requests, and expectations
- Drop cloths placed inside your home and shoe covers are worn to assure cleanliness
- All furniture and paintings need to be removed to protect your belongings
- Remove their curtains or drapery and back the furniture 2’ from the windows
- Test for lead – pre-78’ homes - following the stringent guidelines of the EPA
- Storm windows are removed
PHASE 4: POST-INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
- All work related debris will be “broom clean” before your project is finished
- Post inspection approval – you will be asked to inspect the work we have completed on your home. Our craftsmanship must be approved prior to your sign off of the completion certificate
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Friendly and family oriented business. Love the difference the new windows make. The crew was very nice as well as very efficient installing the windows. It was 20 out the day they did them and temperature in the house got back up quickly when they were done. Thanks to the new windows.
The 21st century, state of the art replacement window options offer a variety of styles. Our long term relationships with various regional and national manufacturers will aid us in assisting you in selecting the proper window, optimizing performance needs within your desired budget.
The most common window is the double-hung, pictured below
• Finishes and Colors
• Between the Glass Blinds & Grilles
• Triple Pane
• Tempered Glass
• Laminated Glass
The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) created a window label in 1998 for energy-conscious homeowners and manufacturers. The information is provided voluntarily and will help you determine how well a window can reduce energy loss in your home.request an estimate