Installing your new UPVC windows won’t cause any damage to your existing wallpaper, therefore you won’t need to re-wallpaper after having your windows installed.
During the process of removing your old windows and replacing them with the new ones, your local installer will be very careful not to damage any part of your home.
Window and door frames are fastened directly to the exterior walls of your home and then sealed in place to prevent draughts from around them. The frames should be separate from the interior walls to allow for thermal expansion, which means that they will not be installed on top of wallpaper. In the event that wallpaper has been fitted over the frames, the installer will take steps to avoid any damage and fit your new windows and doors expertly to ensure that they do not overlap.