If you are ready to get hurricane windows in Tampa, FL, you have probably seen a long list of benefits that those windows can provide to your home. And the list is definitely long. You want all of those benefits—that’s why you’re getting the windows. But you also want to be careful with the installation. Here’s a list of things you don’t want to have happen, but also things that could happen if you go with a DIY installation job over a professional installation.
The Windows Can End Up Costing A Lot More
If you choose to install your windows yourself, you probably did so, at least in part, to save money. Yes, installation has an added cost to it. However, the window installation process, and the windows themselves, can end up costing you more in the long run if you install them on your own. For one, the installation might go awry, and you may have to pay someone to fix what’s gone wrong. For another thing, you might not get the results you want, and you will pay for the bad installation on your energy bills.
The Results Aren’t Overwhelming
You want to go outside your home and feel like you are going to cry because your house is so beautiful. You don’t want to go outside your home and feel like you are going to cry because the hurricane windows are majorly messed up—and it shows. That could happen if you install them yourself. No offense to your DIY skills, but professionals are professionals. If you’re not a professional window installer, you don’t know everything you need to know about installing those windows.
The Manufacturer Denies Your Warranty Claims
IF something goes wrong with your windows later, like a broken window handle or something else of the sort, and it’s covered by the warranty, you may submit a claim to the manufacturer. But if you installed the windows yourself, any warranty claim will be denied. The warranty is only good if you have professional installation done. If you, did it yourself, you can’t go back to the manufacturer for fixes in the future. That can be a huge upset if you don’t realize that until way too late. But since you are learning these details now, it’s not too late to get a professional installation.
The hurricane windows in Tampa, FL you are getting for your home are going to make a world of difference in your home’s safety, comfort, and energy efficiency. That is, if you get the professional installation done by the experts at Clearwater Window & Door. These people have been trained by the manufacturer and they have years of experience with lots of happy clients in their past. Their proven track record means you can trust them to do a good job. If you’re unhappy with anything at all, you can call them to come back and give you the results you want with your project.