You have picked out your new windows and doors from Mike Martin Window Systems; your survey has been completed and an installation date has been arranged. Prior to our team arriving, there are a few things that you as the client can do to help prepare your property.
1. Clear space outside of the window
Removeable planters, patio furniture, pots, and anything else that is directly outside the window should be put to the side while the work is being done. Also, trim back any trees or bushes that could obstruct our installer.
2. Clear space inside
To give our installation staff ample room to work, please move any furniture within your home that is close to the window. It will be less likely for a team member to have an accident or accidentally harm any of your possessions if the area is kept clear of obstructions.
3. Remove window coverings
To allow workers free access to the wall surrounding the windows that are being replaced, blinds, curtains, and any other window coverings should be taken down. Additionally, you should take down any wall hangings and paintings that are close to where you are working.
4. Protect your floors
To shield the floor next to the replacement windows, use plastic sheeting, a tarp, or canvas fabric. By taking the time to protect your floor, you may limit dust from getting into the carpets and avoid having hardwood accidently scratched or scuffed. Dust sheets will be provided by our team, but feel free to bring your own for further security.
5. Protect your belongings
The replacement of the windows, like most refurbishment jobs, can produce a lot of dust, which can then settle on objects near the work area. Dust-sensitive items should be removed from the room, and anything that cannot be removed should be covered with a plastic sheet.
6. Protect your home
While the installers are working, use drop cloths or floor-to-ceiling plastic sheeting to contain the dust and debris or to keep the warm or cold air inside. Since our installers will be bringing heavy materials in and out of your home, it is best to keep kids and pets away from the work area.
7. Planning ahead
Please make arrangements with our office staff if you won’t be there for your installation so that we can get access to the property. Additionally, turn off any alarm systems.
It will save time for everyone and make sure that your installation runs as smoothly as possible if you plan ahead and prepare your home for the window repair team’s arrival.
If there are any queries about any of this, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com or call us on 01726 861 737.