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Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to install windows and doors?This depends on the condition of the site, how many windows and doors are being fitting and how complicated it might be. Usually, a two-man team of fitters will complete three to four windows per day.
Does having windows and doors fitted create a lot of mess?As with any form of construction work their will likely be some dust and debris from removing the old windows, however at Correct Choice Windows and Doors our experienced installation team will protect your property whilst doing the work and clean and tidy up at the end of each day and leave your home exactly as they found it.
Do I have to have trickle vents on my new windows?In short, Yes! To conform with Building regulations standards from the 15th June 2022 Trickle vents must be fitted to all new installations to increase clean airflow throughout the home. If the building owner or those responsible for the works contravene the Building Regulations, the local authority may prosecute them in the magistrates’ court.
Will fitting new windows add value to my home?Replacing your old windows with new A rated double glazed windows will certainly add value to your property. Not only do new windows look aesthetically pleasing to the eye they also increase the thermal efficiency in your home keeping you nice and toasty in winter and keep the heat out in the warmer months making double glazed windows an essential decision factor to many house hunters.
How important is window security?A majority of burglaries in a home occur through a window. Older windows are usually beaded externally making the bead easy to remove to remove the glass and single glazed glass can be easily smashed.
At Correct Choice Windows and Doors all our windows are beaded internally and are Secured by design which is the official UK police initiative supporting effective crime prevention and security standards.
They feature a multi-point locking system, a key lockable handle and strong frames and hinges.