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3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Window & Siding Contractor January 16, 2017

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3 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Window & Siding Contractor, Lincoln, Nebraska

If you’re thinking about having a window or your siding replaced, you need to be careful who you hire. While many siding contractors aim to do honest work, sometimes, they just aren’t able to perform according to your expectations. Innovations Siding & Windows is a siding and window installment business located in Lincoln, NE. Their friendly staff of siding and window professionals is dedicated to providing quality service to their customers to help them achieve their property goals.

When you’re on the hunt for a reliable window or siding contractor to complete your next home project, don’t just hire the first company you speak with. Instead, prepare a few questions to ask prospective businesses. This preparation will help you find a company that can live up to—and even exceed—your expectations. 

3 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Window & Siding Contractor

1. How Much Experience Do You Have?

While it may seem like a no-brainer, many people forget to ask just how long contractors have been working in the industry. Ask potential window or siding contractors how much experience they have with installations and repairs. The more experience they have, the better. Innovations Siding & Windows has been in business for over 20 years, so they’re qualified to help local homeowners make over their properties.

2. What Warranties Do You Offer?

siding contractorProperty changes can be stressful. Warranties can help minimize any anxiety you may experience during your siding or window installation, since you’ll be able to rest easy knowing any mistakes will be covered. Innovations Siding & Windows is proud to offer a manufacturer’s warranty with every product they provide and install.

3. Do You Have References?

References aren’t only for job interviews. Ask any business you’re considering for a list of references so you can evaluate their service based on customer feedback. Innovations Siding & Windows doesn’t want potential customers to wait for a list of references to check; they offer a number of testimonials on their website. Innovations also has HUGE packets of references, going all the way back to the 90’s!

Don’t be afraid to ask potential window or siding contractors questions about their business. Innovations Siding & Window welcomes all questions and will be ready to start working on your home project as soon as you are. Call them at (402) 423-8831 to receive a free estimate, and visit their website for more information about their services.

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