Due to the various tasks that are involved in any construction project, from demolition of sheetrock to insulation, there may be residual dust in different areas of the home.
It is important that Comfort technicians can access the work areas effectively and safely; so it is the responsibility of the homeowner to cut back any foliage and remove any items that prohibit access to those areas.
Homeowner must be present at the start of the job to allow access to the home. Comfort will need access to an electrical outlet in most cases.
Comfort Windows does not paint or stain.
Windows & Doors
Remove any belongings off walls and around construction area.
The homeowner is responsible for removing and replacing existing blinds and shades in window openings.
Blinds may not fit into openings after installation of new windows.
Move furniture away from window areas 36” for proper access for installation of new window units.
The bath and shower area should be clear of belongings.
Tub or shower may be out of commission for a few days due to the plumbing work necessary for the job.
There may be painting and/or staining on the project which is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Sunrooms & Decks
After inspection from our technician, final plans will need to be signed off by the homeowner prior to Comfort ordering product.
A survey that shows property lines will need to be provided for the permit process.
Removal of all items hanging inside of the exterior walls of home and garage.
After installation, verify all light fixtures and doorbell are working.
After installation, verify all phone and cable lines are working properly.
Comfort may need access to attic or crawl space.
Mowing the lawn 1-2 days prior to start of the job will help with cleanup and removal of debris.
Remove valuables from walls to avoid damage from vibrations of the construction.