Choosing new windows or doors for your home can seem like a daunting task. You may be wondering where you should even begin. Luckily, Glass.com is here to help! We have decades of experience within the industry and can provide key insights into the process. Our experts have written many blogs designed to help educate our visitors about what options are available when it comes time for replacement so they can choose the option that best suits their needs. We encourage you to explore our window and door blogs, but feel free to continue reading for a quick rundown of what to consider.
Once you’ve answered the questions above, you’re ready for the next step of gathering price quotes! Even if you aren’t planning to complete the project in the immediate future, it’s never too early to start gathering this valuable information.
Use Glass.com to receive price quotes from local window and door dealers in your area. Simply go to the Glass.com homepage, select “Windows & Doors” from the drop-down menu, type in your zip code, and click “Get Free Estimates!”
Enter the project details on the next page. This is where you will select your project type, property type, frame material, and project timeline. You’ll also be able to choose how many of each type of window and/or door your project requires.
Clicking the “Next” button will allow you to view all the Affiliates available to work in your zip code. Click the “Learn more” button to view each company’s description, operating hours, and more. If you’d like to receive a quote from any of the available companies, simply click “Request a quote” and input your contact information. You’ll even be able to designate a day and time that works best for scheduling a consultation.
Want to compare offerings from multiple companies? No problem. Request a quote from as many as you wish. Once you have completed this step, your project information and contact information will be passed along to the window and door dealers who will be reaching out to you shortly to provide quotes for your project. In the meantime, just sit back, relax, and envision how good your home will look with those new windows or doors!
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