1. Install Simonton products in a professional and workmanlike manner consistent with industry standards, applicable laws and building codes, and Simonton's installation instructions.
2. Represents Simonton products accurately and consistent with Simonton's product limited warranties, publications and other information available at www.simonton.com.
3. Comply with policies that Simonton implements for the installer designation program; and
4. Refrain from any conduct that might adversely affect Simonton's brand name or good will.
In most cases it is a good idea to replace gutters and downspouts when re-siding a home. This is not to say that you could not replace your gutters when you have your roof replaced, or as a stand alone project, but consider a few key details when making this decision.
What is the condition of the fascia board behind the gutters? Gutters are secured to the fascia boards that run along the perimeter of the roof.
If you have exposed wood behind the gutter you should strongly consider capping/covering the fascia board prior to rehanging the gutters. This maximizes protection from rain and prevents the need for annual painting and maintenance. We train our consultants to discuss this option with homeowners looking for replacement gutters. We have had far too many cases when the homeowner is devastated because their brand new gutters have to be removed to install fascia wrap. Existing gutters can rarely be re-hung because they bend and flex during during the removal process and they never function the same again.
If fascia capping or fascia board replacement is required, it is best to call a siding expert. Most roofers do not have the tools required to properly cap the fascia precisely and if you skip this step during gutter replacement, it could come back to haunt you later down the road.
Replacement window installation day arrives and our factory certified window crew begins the process of carefully removing the old windows so that the new replacement windows can be installed. Our installation team uses an installation process recommended by Simonton Windows to properly install the new replacement windows. This includes:
√First, we remove the old window sashes and screen.
√Next, we remove the existing window mainframe.
√Once the opening is clear of the old existing window our installation team cleans the window opening so that it is free of debris prior to insertion of the new replacement window.
√Next, our highly skilled installation team inserts the new vinyl replacement window into the cleared opening and secures the
new replacement window to the frame of the home with screws. Watch how we do it here!
√Our window installation technicians use high quality low expanding foam insulation between the window frame and the rough opening frame of your home to seal all gaps. Watch how we do it here!
√Next, we use our exclusive TrimShield exterior capping package where we carefully measure and bend a special maintenance-free material to conform to the outside trim around the window. Watch how we do it here!
√The installation crew then uses a high quality replacement window caulk that is specially formulated for exterior use in the Mid-Atlantic region.
√Finally, we use an acrylic caulk on the inside of the home to further seal your new replacement windows as well as finish the installation process neatly and professionally.
We schedule AT-YOUR-HOME appointments six days a week. This includes Monday - Thursday 10am - 7pm, Friday & Saturday 10am - 2pm
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License Numbers: MHIC #: 121921 VA #: 2705 109379 DC#: 69007557
Check out this recent window installation that was somewhat unique. Our team was tasked with removing a large multiple panel single pane window and replacing it with three picture windows. The project required some light framework, interior casing/molding and expert measuring and planning.
Recently, the homeowner completed a third party post-installation survey and gave us a great review.
Check out what she said here.
In addition to one sliding glass door on the rear of the home, the work order also included three Simonton energy efficient picture windows. The homeowner was looking to improve the view and natural light into the home so she decided to go with a 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/4 configuration where the two flanking windows are 1/4 of the size of the entire opening and the center window is 1/2 of the size of the opening, therefore providing a great vew and plenty of natural light. In doing so, the configuration required our installation team to provide some light framework to the window opening in order to properly secure each new replacement window.
Check out the project in its different stages by clicking on a photo and scrolling through.
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√ Outstanding customer service
√ Friendly estimators/consultants
√ No high pressure sales
√ Highly trained installers
√ Lead Safe Certified
√ Basic window options
√ Upgradable window options
√ AAMA Gold Certified Windows
√ Precision measurements
√ Friendly technicians ready to help
√ Haul away of the old windows
√ Foam insulation during install
√ Our exclusive TrimShield trim package
√ Full clean up - inside and outside
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