Window Installers - Universal Windows Direct is Hiring Window Installers

Window installers make it all happen.

Let’s face it.   Deciding to get your windows replaced is a big deal.   Everyone knows they have windows that they might like to get replaced when the time is right, or when they get a little worse, or when they get sick of the plastic or when they finally get paid that bonus they’ve been waiting for.   When you start thinking about getting windows replaced you’re thinking about getting the windows replaced.  Period.

What you’re not thinking about:

  1. You’re not thinking about giving up a few hours of your evening to visit with a window salesperson.BROLL_UWD_steve meeting_12.00min 0045
  2. You’re not thinking about the investment you’re not making in your home and how that could help with resale.
  3. You’re not thinking about the hit to your bank account and
  4. I’m guessing you’re not thinking about finally making the decision and then waiting 6-8 weeks to see the windows.

What you’re thinking about.

  1. You’re thinking about GETTING THE WINDOWS INSTALLED.  The end result!
  2. The fresh clean look.
  3. The nice grids between the panes of glass.
  4. The nice double hung windows that tilt in for easy cleaning.
  5. The casement window that actually cranks in.
  6. The ability to see through that patio door that has been fogged for months.

smiling install 1We get it.

When it comes down to it, the installers are the ones who really make it happen.    They arrive at your house with your brand new windows in their trailer.   They pull out the windows you have been so excited to get rid of and before they leave at the end of the day they install all the brand new ones.

Basically, they make your dreams come true.

Now hiring:  Dream fulfillers / Happiness Deliver-ers / Window Installers.    We have immediate openings for experienced window installers.   Must be able to work throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area and be available at least 2 days per week and up to 5 days per week.  We install throughout the winter too and our spring season starts in March.   If you or someone you know might be interested and available contact us today.

We need your help to make people happy throughout the Twin Cities.  Call us today for more info.  612-866-2888.

Author:  Melissa Brager, Universal Windows Direct, MN

Related Articles

Meet Steve the Window Guy

Twin Cities Window Replacement Company

How to prepare for your Window Installation

 

 

 

Window install: How to prepare for your window install

Getting your windows replaced can be really exciting.   My favorite phone calls to make are the “your windows are here!  Let’s schedule your install date!”  phone calls.  Often, the next question is “How do I prepare?”

Top 5 ways to prepare for your new window installation:

1)        Clear a path for the installers to get to the  windows.   I am not calling you a hoarder.  But most of us have piles.  And once in a while those piles end up in the basement or in the corner of the bedroom.  Right under that drafty window.    If that happens to be the place at your house,   just move the piles somewhere else so the guys can have easy access to the window without worrying about disrupting your things.

2)     Take down any blinds, curtains or window treatments.  The goal is to have a clean working space for the installers.   If they have to stop and take down your window treatments,  it is an unnecessary delay and  an additional charge will be assessed to you.

3)      Do you have a home alarm system wired to any of your windows or doors that we will be working on?   You will need to call your alarm company before the install to have those wires disconnected  (and then re-installed after the windows are in).

4)     Clear the walls and shelves around the work area.  This includes pictures on the wall, as well as trinkets or collectibles on shelves near the window.    It is just better to be safe than sorry.

If you care about your items, protect them.   That may sound harsh, but it is also common sense, right?

5)     Dogs and Cats.    Oh the stories we have.   Window installation is loud.  There are tools, there are strange voices, there are strange men in and out of the house.    Dogs and cats can get skittish.  They can bite.  They can try and escape.  Sometimes they do escape.   And they RUN.   So kennel them up during the install and don’t worry.

Sound easy enough?

Melissa Brager

Operations Manager, Universal Windows Direct

Check out these other great blogs:

Factory Direct Pricing

How a home improvement can be small

Finding a contractor you can trust