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Postby Paul Marlowe » August 14th, 2011, 3:52 pm

@Table of Contents: New Subject- Maintenance/follow-up visit after restoration should take place approx. 1 year from completion of work to perform a cursory inspection and discuss with the Client any problems or concerns you or they have with the windows. You should schedule more maintenance as required. Once all issues are resolved, you may consider another visit in 2 years (3 years from orig. completion) and another one in 4 years (7 years from orig. completion). At this point or sooner, you might want to establish a constant maintenance schedule based on the requirements of the building and the needs of your Client. Provide updated contact information so the Client can forward it to the new Steward in case they sell.

As window restoration Contractors you may see other building fabric that needs attention. If you are properly equipped, capable and legal, you may be able to complete some of these other repairs or recommend Contractors that can. Treat the windows as an integral part of the building equal to all the other components.


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