What is the price difference ?
In most cases the cost of factory finishing is lower than the cost of using a separate finishing contractor. Benefits of factory finishing include some consistency, control of film thickness, environmental compliance, and curing/drying of the finish in a controlled atmosphere. At the right factory phase in the manufacturing process.
Its use assumes a maximum degree of manufacturer prefabrication so that site installation can be performed with a minimum amount of cutting, fitting, and adjustment to facilitate completion.
Is prefinished windows an upgrade?
It is in our standard price, onsite finishing windows and doors can be a tedious, time-consuming and costly proposition. Yet finishing of many materials like wood is required to help protect the window or door material from the elements. That’s why investing in factory finished Bieber Windows is an attractive option for many, saving the time and hassle of finishing on the job site. Bieber windows & doors are standard factory-prefinished.
What are the typical issues in the field ?
Very frequently in field finishing, project primed finishing onsite create numerous limitations prevent proper sanding. Improperly sanded, a door lacks the clarity of finish, shiny stain, paint on the glass, window not sealed behind the glass and behind the wall. if the bottom of a door is not sealed correctly, wood would act as a straw with humidity and increase in size. the hardware can be lost
Staining or varnishing a window or door can take time and be a difficult process. Many exterior windows and doors arrive to the project primed, finishing onsite create a bad painting environment and a lower quality finish. Not only does the prefinished door eliminate the toxic fumes and days of work required to stain or varnish a door, but also it delivers a more even coating job that makes the finished installation look professional.
What is your colors choice ?
Color range from White to 300 other colors or you can choose popular stains to complement wood tones in your custom home.
Bieber applies the finish in a controlled setting by spraying it evenly over the surface prior to assembly to help create a more consistent and uniform appearance than onsite finishing. Note that in the case of stain, you will have strong variation of color due to the wood under the stain that is not uniform.