This guide to hiring a window maker or installer is intended to help you understand the questions to ask the seller or agent who sent you to your home.
First, let me take a look at something I mentioned above. There is absolutely no need to go to their office unless you want to check out first. They have a strong commitment to come to you for a free consultation. You don't have to pay for the service or use it later.
Second, you need to review your portfolio or service records. Barely let anyone into your home and work with your windows. There are some people who hire window service provider and leave the house without checking their identity, losing air and energy.
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You should also ask for a quote before agreeing to anything. Some will try to get you to agree to their use before telling you how much they cost.
Do not let this happen because you may receive bills that are over budget and have not been paid. The consequences of this are beyond the scope of this article.
One of the things I always mention in my guide to hiring a window contractor or installer is that you should always ask if they are accredited and qualified to provide the services you need. There are various organizations that regulate and monitor window manufacturers.