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Install FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for your Taylors Windows® Installation

Answers to common questions about Taylors Windows® Installation

Yes, we have Taylors Certified and trained install crews.
This can vary on several factors from weather to the time of the year, however generally we are 6 to 8 weeks from date of contract. This includes the time it takes for us to manufacture your windows.
You should be greeted between 8-10 AM by the lead installer at which point he can walk you through the specific needs for your home, reviewing the instructions provided from your initial consultation.
We ask that you provide at least 3 feet of working space around each window both inside and outside. Often this will require blinds to be removed and furniture adjusted to provide the necessary space to work.
Generally an install can take anywhere from 1-3 business days depending on the complexity of the job and quantity of windows.
It is preferred that you do a walk around with the lead installer when the job is completed. After doing your walkthrough you are welcome to pay the installer with cash or check or you may call in and pay via credit card if you are not paying through financing.
Yes, although most installs are done from the exterior of the home it is still necessary to seal the window and adjust for the best fit.
Yes, if you are available the lead installer will show you how to use and care for your windows.
Taylors Windows has been manufacturing and installing windows for over 30 years. In that time, we have developed our process to protect your home. Our number one thought is “how can we ensure your home is sealed appropriately and left better than we found it.” With this thought in mind we never shortcut the install process and ensure our team of Taylors Certified Installers take care of your home as if it were their own.
Yes, the company and all of our installers are licensed and certified in lead containment practices.
If we are able to install the windows without disturbing the asbestos siding, then yes we will take on your install. If the job requires the asbestos to be cut back or disturbed in any way then we will not be able to do the job until it is removed.
Although we prefer the homeowner to be home, it is not necessary for them to remain home during the entire install. We would encourage homeowners to at least meet the crew and discuss any questions you may have before they begin their work.