Best Practices For Homeowners In Fort Worth For A Seamless Stained Glass Installation
You final bought that gorgeous stained glass window you have been thinking about for your Fort Worth home! Congratulations! Our craftsmen are likely piecing it together right now and we are sure you are incredibly excited to have it installed. That is exactly the mood we want you to in here Fort Worth Stained Glass. To make it that much more of a joyful experience, we have created a list of dos and don’ts that will actually make your stained glass experience even more fun and favorable. With a little bit of assistance from your household, we will make your stained glass installation as perfect as the window we are creating for you.
DO: Prepare The Area. For the most part, our stained glass installations are simple and quick. However, it is a process that could involve dust, scraps, and/or chemicals so it is best if you take measures to protect your furnishings, walls, carpets. We suggest covering them in plastic. Give us a call if you have any doubt about this because smaller jobs may differ. You should remove valuables too–our installers are top notch but it is a good practice to be in when inviting in any contractor into your home.
DON’T: Don’t try to help your stained glass installer. Things like lifting the window, touching the tools or interacting with any chemicals are bad ideas. This is definitely a precautionary measure to prevent you from getting hurt but also a way to keep you from being inconvenienced. Just relax and allow the company you paid to do the work. Remember– their labor is written into our stained glass pricing.
DO: Stick Around. Most of our stained glass window installations are done in as little as one day. But some can take longer depending on the size and scope of your job. Your consultant will tell you exactly how long your job will take ahead of time though. Even if it is an extended project, you will be able to be in your home while it is ongoing.
DON’T: Let pets or children near the job site. Not only can they be a huge distraction during install but the area is not safe for them to be in–at all. In the long run, keep Fido and Jr behind a gate–it is best for your kids, your pet and the installer.
DO: Contact us with any questions or concerns. The stained glass window you bought for your Fort Worth home is something you have worked hard to get and paid good money for. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us for any purpose throughout the entire process. We are always happy to answer your questions and have a lot experience to pull from to do so. We want the whole process, including the installation to be an exciting and positive experience.
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