What you'll need to know when ordering windows & doors
We understand there is a lot of questions to be answered when ordering windows and doors for your home. And if it is your first time it can be a little daunting.
We want to make the window ordering process as easy as possible for all customers be they award-winning artchitects, experienced contractors or first time housebuilders.
That is why we are always doing our best to help customers understand what they are going into. We are also continuously working on simplifying the ordering process.
Getting the quote
If you haven’t already, get a free quote for your project.
You will be required to answer a few questions and have the option to upload your drawings.
We will then get in touch to get the quote finalised.
When the quote is accepted, your designated project coordinator will take over.
Your 1st Draft Email
After the Project Coordinator’s introduction email, the next piece of correspondence you will receive, will be what we call your ‘1st Draft Email’.
This email accompanies the ‘1st Draft’ of your Idealcombi order as it currently stands which will be iterated upon as more details are confirmed.
The email which accompanies this is a written summary of the details on the order. It covers everything from the sizes of the frames, to colours and handings. If you see anything you don’t think is right, or that you’re not sure of, just let us know!
The first draft is split up into discreet sections, each covering a different aspect of your window order.
We are here to help
At Idealcombi we believe the process of ordering windows should be as smooth as possible, that’s why we are clarifying a few subjects below.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us on email@example.com
General questions you might already have the answer for
- Are you building new, renovating or extending?
- Are you after traditional windows or contemporary windows?
- Do you need front doors, patio doors or sliding doors?
- Are you familiar with our window colour and glazing options?
- Do you require styling bars for your windows?
- Double or triple glazed windows?
Understanding your first draft email!
As the first draft email contains all the information regarding your project, it can sometimes seem a little overwhelming.
Below are a number of pages to help you understand the different terms and concept used in the first draft email and in the order itself.
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