Window installation Fairview service shouldn’t take more than a day or two for most homes. To make them airtight and energy-efficient your window installer will follow the steps listed below.
To provide a clean surface for the flashing tape, the window installation San Ramon team will vacuum up debris before putting in the window.
To keep moisture from getting in, contractors will put flashing tape around the window and along the sill.
Before installing a window, the window installation Hayward expert will make sure the sill is level and doesn’t bow out.
After preparing the opening, the window installer applies beads of caulk around the sill, the top of the frame, and along the stops. They’ll put the window inside against the stops, attaching it to the caulk. To secure the window in place they’ll drill holes through the frame and install shims to keep everything stable.
Secure the window
After attaching the window to the opening with screws or nails, the window installation Mountain View team will install more flashing around and outside it. They’ll also apply foam sealants in any gaps to prevent air leaks. Latex caulk will be applied along the interior trim to complete the installation.