At this point you’ve decided to consider replacing the windows in your home but you may not know quite where to start and the last thing you want is to deal with a high-pressure salesperson. Puget Sound Window & Door has grown steadily through the years by referrals from happy customers thrilled that the experience was not painful and actually pleasant and comfortable. You can read some of their experiences here.
Step 1: Free In-Home Consultation.
Once you contact us we will introduce you to your window replacement consultant and together you will schedule a time that is convenient for an in-home consultation. Once there she will listen carefully to all of your thoughts and answer any and all of your questions about style, performance, design, material, process, and cost. This will not be a high-pressure sales call! She is there to understand your needs and talk about available options that fit those needs.
Step 2: Quote & Agreement
After your consultant has all the information about your wants and needs, she will put together a quote specific to the discussion you had at your initial consultation. Now it’s time for you to consider the quote and ask any additional questions that you may have. Once you decide to move forward, a written agreement will be drawn up to protect you as a consumer.
Step 3: Final Measurements & Order
After signing the agreement and putting down your deposit, an installer will come out to take the final measurements. This will not take long, approximately 30 minutes to an hour. The order will then be placed with the manufacturer.
Step 4: Installation
Once we know the arrival date of your windows and/or doors we will schedule the installation date. Installation is usually scheduled about 3 to 4 weeks out from the date of the order. Installation time varies, but can often be completed in one day minimizing any disturbance. Our professional installers will work efficiently and will take all precautions needed to protect your home from debris as the project is completed. At the end of the job all old windows and doors will be removed and disposed of. See more about the window installation process.