When you hire a siding installer or window contractor in Denver to complete work on your home, you expect the window & siding installation to be done right, on time, on budget and with little or no hassle.
We work with the manufacturers to understand the proper installation techniques for the windows and siding we use. Our installers are factory-trained to install windows and siding the way they were designed to be installed. And on top of that, our installers are dedicated craftsmen who take pride in the quality of their work.
All windows will be installed using strict guidelines set forth by our Lifetime Windows and Siding Installer management and only manufacturer recommended caulk, insulation and trim is used; the best money can buy.
When installation is complete, Lifetime Windows and Siding will take the customer on a final walk-through to assure they are completely satisfied. The job site is thoroughly cleaned and before we leave, and our crew will clean your windows.
Your new siding or windows installation experience with Lifetime Windows and Siding begins with the installation team. Each team is led by our own Lifetime Certified Window and Siding Installer. When we arrive at your home, we’ll begin with a walk-through with you to explain what we will be doing and to determine if there are any special care instructions or concerns about your property and belongings.
We take great care in protecting your property during the installation process. To the extent possible, we want to replace your windows quickly and with as little disruption as possible. That means staying out of your way as much as possible and leaving your home as clean, if not cleaner, than when we began the project.
During window and siding installation, your home will be visited by one of our inspectors. Every inspector is trained and certified with the EPA. Their job is to inspect the quality of the installation by our siding and window contractor, the safety of the job site and to ensure your property is treated with respect. This also ensures that Lifetime Windows and Siding always complies with the EPA's new regulations for the handling of Lead paint. Each Lifetime Windows and Siding installer has EPA training and is certified to handle lead paint installation on houses built before 1978.
At Lifetime Windows and Siding, our expert technicians can evaluate your window damage. Often when one window has been damaged, especially something like the wood frame that can be damaged by repeated water exposure, many other windows in the house are also ready to go.
We can look at your windows and give our expert opinion about the status of windows on your house. If other windows are sticky, leaking, inefficient or water damaged, you may benefit from new windows, all of which come with our Lifetime Warranty, including glass breakage coverage.
When first installed, your windows not only looked great, but opened and closed properly while keeping heat and cold in. However, a number of common problems can affect the appearance and function of your windows, such as:
These will not only make your windows look less attractive, they will make your windows less energy efficient, and can be dangerous. A broken window is always a risk for breaking further.