Your Replacement Windows Will Only Work Right
If They're Installed Right. Don't Let Any 'Professional'
Installer Waste Your Investment Dollars
The best windows in the world, if not properly installed, are absolutely no better than the crummy windows you replace. It is a shame, but most window contractors cut corners during installation to save money and time (for themselves, not you). In fact, many of them use a method industry insiders call "Rip and Stick" — meaning they rip out your old window and stick in the new with a little caulk and window dressing to cover up their slipshod job.
You Would Think That Most Contractors Would Properly Install Your Replacement Windows... But You Would Be Very Surprised, and Disappointed
Here's What You Get With A
Speaks Custom Window Installation
1: Remove Old Window & Exterior Stops
We replace any rotted jambs and sills and prepare the opening for a complete professional installation without damaging your interior moldings.
2: Fix Damaged Interior Surfaces
If your openings have been damaged by water we can make repairs. Never, ever allow a contractor to put a replacement window over an area that has water rot or termite damage. If there is rot and mold, it will damage the interior wall, and may cause the window to fail.
3: We double seal our windows to protect against air and water infiltration.
We add an additional barrier to protect your window from the potential damage from moisture and the energy-sapping cold that can sneak in around window frames.
4: Install Your New Window
We'll install the window of your choice. Replacement windows are usually one of the best things you can do to improve the energy efficiency of your home.
5: Add Special Speaks Custom Window Insulating Sealant
We special order our sealant that adds an additional insulating barrier around you window. Our material is actually far more expensive than what other window installers use, but we are able to keep the prices competitive by ordering these exclusive products in bulk. When we finish, this specialized sealant fills in the gaps and increases the insulation value of your home.
6. Insulate Around Each Opening
We will explain 2 extra steps taken to ensure your openings are well protected against the weather.