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Making Window Replacement Less Messy: Ways to Reduce Waste




Window replacement projects can get messy, but there are ways to minimize the waste generated. Read on for some tips from Renewal by Andersen® of Oklahoma, your go-to contractor for double hung windows

Schedule the Project at a Convenient Time

Since window replacement projects are messy, you should expect things to get a bit hectic. To minimize disruptions to your daily routine, schedule the window replacement at a convenient time, preferably when there aren’t a lot of people inside the house. 

Remove Window Accessories and the Surrounding Furniture

Move your belongings away from your windows, both inside and out. This is to free up space for the contractor to move around and to set up their tools. Removing window accessories beforehand will also help prevent delays. 

During the Project: Close the Doors

Contractors will cover your furniture and flooring with a drop cloth to protect them from dust. However, the dust can still spread throughout your home. Close the doors where work is underway to make sure dust doesn’t travel to the other parts of your house. 

After the Project: Follow-Up Cleaning 

Professional contractors will usually clean up the debris left behind after the project. But you still may need to do some follow-up cleaning. To make sure your windows are installed properly and your house is cleaned thoroughly, only hire professional contractors. 

Looking for a reputable contractor in your area? 

Renewal by Andersen of Oklahoma’s exceptional customer service won us the Energy Star® Award in 2012. From double-hung to sliding windows, we offer a wide variety of premium windows. To schedule a free consultation, call us at (405) 212-5936 or leave us a message on this form. We serve homeowners in Tulsa and Oklahoma City (OKC). 


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