At BWD, we pride ourselves in the quality of the products we use as well as the quality of workmanship we put into all our projects.
We strive to make the renovation / buying process as easy and as comfortable as possible for our clients so they have peace of mind, both during the process and when the job is complete. We walk our clients through the process from beginning to end making sure we understand their needs and expectations and ensuring they understand what they can expect from us in return. This ensures that their wishes become a reality.
Exploring the Product
We have chosen manufacturers for all types of product. Our primary manufacturers are Canadian and have been in business for many years. They are industry leaders in meeting ENERGY STAR’S challenge for quality.
When choosing windows for your home, we must consider the architectural style of your home. Do you have a brick, vinyl siding, stucco, wood siding, clapboard or a board and batten home? The installation of the window can be different depending on the exterior finish of your home.
As our Company Motto says, “Customized for your Needs.”
We understand that the prospect of a renovation can seem challenging. We are here to help! We will work closely with you to find the right windows and doors for your needs, taste, and budget—ensuring your renovation experience is both easy and enjoyable.
The end result?
A renovation that not only looks great but is completed
with structural integrity and durability for years to come.
INSTALLATION OF YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS
When your windows or/or doors are ready for installation (or if we are servicing your existing windows or doors), we will contact you to conduct a brief safety screening before our crew enters your home.
Crews are supplied with disinfectant spray (70% isopropyl alcohol) to wipe down all window and/or door surfaces.
Our team will wear gloves and masks and will practice social distancing while on-site at your home.
Every surface of your home that we touch will be cleaned when the installation is complete.
A FEW POINTERS
Needless to say, measuring accurately is of utmost importance. If the measurements are too big the installer would have to adjust the opening with possible negative affects on the structure of your house. If the window measurements are too small, the installer would have to adjust the structure of the house resulting perhaps in unsightly space around the windows with greater potential for leaking.
When a window is being centered, support of the window is needed—wood blocks and shims are placed below the horizontal jambs. The shims are important so that the window will not sag over time. If the window goes out of square, then the operators will not work, making it difficult to open and close the window.