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There are many homeowners who don’t like to live with torn windows and doors. And, it is because they want to avoid the risk of paying hefty prices in the future. Moreover, they wouldn’t risk the charming look of their homes.
And, there is another group of people who need windows to be fitted or installed in their new homes. Both whether those who need to get rid of torn windows or those who are supposed to make new homes constitute your customers.
Becoming a window fitter is important before you even start a window installation and replacement business.
You won’t be asked for a specific qualification. But some experience in carpentry can offer you a significant amount of help in the course of starting a window fitting business.
Visit and meet the personnel who are authorized to issue the business license and other permits (if any). Seek the help of a person who has an influence over them to avoid going through the tussle that starters usually face.
Purchase or rent (when needed ) a van that is suitable for transporting tools and materials when you agree to visit the home of your client or customer. Get your business information decoratively written on it.
Find out window suppliers particularly those with a high market reputation in your locality. Check to see if they sell a number of window replacements like double pane, vinyl, wood clad, aluminum-clad, etc. And, accordingly document them in your portfolio so that you can show them to prospective customers.
Prepare promotional materials such as brochures, door hangers, and yard signs to get the message seen by your target customers.
Don’t neglect to create a website for your business. Publish testimonials from your satisfied customers on it to help you in building confidence in the minds of customers about your offer.
In addition to a testimonial, add an “About Me” page to brief about your background, service level agreement with customers, etc