You really never know what can go wrong with a house project of any kind. When you get replacement windows in Simi Valley, CA, the decisions you make on the products you buy are very important. But just as important are the decisions you make on the installer who will put the windows into place. If you don’t get professional installation, you are a lot more likely to go through one of this installation fail nightmares. Here’s a few things that could happen.
Your Friend/Neighbor/Family Member Got Hurt
When you have professionals install your windows, they know what they are doing and they are a lot less likely to get hurt. But even if they are injured, the company they work for covers their medical bills. You aren’t liable. They come with full insurance. If, however, you have a friend, a neighbor, or a family member do the installation and something happens and they get hurt, that bills are going to be on you. It’s your house, you are liable. That’s the last thing you need when you are already investing in new windows. Plus, you don’t want anyone getting injured at your home.
The Windows Don’t Perform Well
When you chose the windows you were going to put on your house, you picked them so you could get a certain result and performance from them. If you don’t have them installed correctly, it’s quite possible that they aren’t going to perform well. There isn’t anything you can do about that since the installer you used wasn’t a professional from the store. Any corrections to the installation are going to be something you will have to pay for yourself. You don’t have any guarantees. You’ll either have to get it fixed or live with the lack of performance, which kind of defeats the purpose of getting new windows in the first place.
The Installer Damages The Windows Or House
Installers who don’t know what they are doing might damage the house in the process of installing the windows, or they might damage the windows themselves. You will have to pay to have that fixed. If anything were to happen with a professional installer, which is most likely won’t, their company would be in charge of paying for the repairs, not you. That’s another relief for you, just in case something were to happen.
Keep in mind that even if something goes wrong with a professional installation, you have the backup of those guarantees. If you have a non-pro install, even if things go right, you no longer have the manufacturer warranty to back you up later. That element is voided out. It’s best to get replacement windows in Simi Valley, CA installed by the professionals so you don’t have nearly as many chances to take on whether or not things will go well. The professionals at Quality Windows & Doors are here to help you with everything from choosing the right windows to installing them onto your house and even giving advice on maintenance later.