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Installing new windows in the summer would be impossible in some places in the U.S. There are certain states that get well into the 90s and even the 100s, which makes it tough for homeowners to even consider doing window installation in the summertime. But you can install replacement windows in Tacoma, WA at almost any point during the summer since the temperatures are usually on the milder side.

That being said, there are some things you’ll want to keep in mind before you schedule window installation during the dog days of summer. Here are 5 tips that’ll help you install replacement windows successfully in the summertime.

Pick the right time in the summer for window installation.

While you can install new Tacoma, WA windows in your home in the summer, it’s a good idea to figure out the best time of the summer to do it. The temperature sits right around 70 degrees during the day in June, which is ideal for window installation. But it rains more often in June than it does in July and August. The temperature usually only gets to be in the mid-70s during those months, too, so they’re probably the best months for summer window installations.

Prepare for the possibility of rain.

June, July, and August are the least rainy months of the year in Tacoma, WA. But that doesn’t mean that you’re not going to have to deal with the possibility of rain during your window installation. It’s a good idea to pick the days for your window installation as late in the game as possible so that you can pick days where rain isn’t in the forecast.

Make sure your home is ready for window installation.

After a long winter, there’s a chance that you have leaves, sticks, and all kinds of other debris built up around the outside of your home. Before you have window installation done, you should clear these things out of your yard. You should also do some spring cleaning inside so window installers have room to move around. This will make your window installation go smoother.

Keep your HVAC system turned off during window installation.

Do you run your HVAC system a lot in the summertime to keep your house nice and cool? It won’t be necessary when you’re having window installation done. Running your HVAC system is just going to waste money since your home is going to be exposed to the elements for at least a few days. Open windows rather than relying on your HVAC system.

Take care of your window installers.

In the event that it’s very warm outside when you have your new windows installed, take it upon yourself to supply your window installers with lots of cold water and other refreshing drinks. This will keep them focused on the task at hand and prevent them from overheating on the job. They’ll appreciate the gesture and work extra hard to make sure you love your new windows.

Do you want to install new windows this summer? Marine View Windows & Doors is the Tacoma, WA window company you can trust to take care of your new window installation. Contact us at (253) 331-7151 today to schedule a window consultation or come see some of our windows at 5005 Pacific Hwy E #17, Fife, WA 98424.

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