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Before the Project

Plan ahead.
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During the Project

Stay informed.
Be communicative.
Ensure progress.

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After the Project

Know that Beechworth is here for you even after the installation process

Before Your Project

Click through the steps for advice, videos and resources you can view or download.

  • 1
    Existing Windows
  • 2
    Identifying Issues
  • 3
    Finding Contractors
  • 4
    Understand Windows
  • 5
    Evaluate the Proposal
  • 1 Existing Windows
  • 2 Identifying Issues
  • 3 Finding Contractors
  • 4 Understand Windows
  • 5 Evaluate the Proposal

Get to know your existing windows. Review each of them and note position, damage or functional issues. Take pictures if you can and use the guide below as a data gathering tool. Next

It is critical that you recognize the concerning issues for each or all of your windows. Use the checklist to document issues you see, sense or touch. Next

The Beechworth Contractor Network is designed to help homeowners connect with contractors who have experience with Beechworth products. Do some research so you feel comfortable and empowered before your consultations. Next

Windows and doors are complex by nature but a little homework goes a long way. Get to know common window terms and types of replacement windows. Next

You will interview contractors who will present different approaches to the project. Make sure you read proposals thoroughly for windows cost information, windows installation process and project details that could affect timing. Next

Before Your Project

Advice, videos and resources you can view or download.

1. Existing Windows

Get to know your existing windows. Review each of them and note position, damage or functional issues. Take pictures if you can and use the guide below as a data gathering tool.

2. Identifying Issues

It is critical that you recognize the concerning issues for each or all of your windows. Use the checklist to document issues you see, sense or touch.

3. Finding Contractors

The Beechworth Contractor Network is designed to help homeowners connect with contractors who have experience with Beechworth products. Do some research so you feel comfortable and empowered before your consultations.

4. Understand Windows

Windows and doors are complex by nature but a little homework goes a long way. Get to know common window terms and types of replacement windows.

5. Evaluate the Proposal

You will interview contractors who will present different approaches to the project. Make sure you read proposals thoroughly for windows cost information, windows installation process and project details that could affect timing.

During Your Project

Stay informed. Be communicative. Ensure progress.

  • 1 Notify your neighbors of upcoming project
  • 2 Communicate any parking restrictions
  • 3 Put notes/stickers on all windows to be replaced
  • 4 Construction-proof your interior
  • 5 Ask contractor for daily statuses
  • 6 Test the functionality of each window with your contractor
  • 7 Check for leftover debris inside or outside of the home

After Your Project

Know that Beechworth Windows is here for you.