Window Replacement is a big task, but with some preparation, it can be completed in less than a day.
The first step is to determine if your windows are square and have the same dimensions corner to corner. If you notice that your windows aren’t square, they may need shimmed or a full frame replacement. You can use an angle measuring tool to determine the sill slope, and some replacement windows come with a choice of sill angles.
Then, you’ll want to determine whether your window replacement project is going to be a big mess. In general, summers are drier and less stormy than spring and fall, but they are still colder and more humid. Whether you decide to have your windows installed during mid-July, or in the spring, it’s important to plan ahead. Most families schedule replacement projects during this time, and scheduling will be easier than in other times. However, be aware that mid-July can be hotter and more humid than normal.