Windows Buyer’s Guide 

How do I know when I need new windows? 

Rot or decay

Old, wooden windows are far more susceptible to rot and decay. This can lead to leaks and unwanted air coming in from outside. 

Increase in your energy bill

Sometimes window damage is hard to see. This can be a sealing issue that you don’t notice or rot in a spot that you can’t see. This is why taking a look at your recent energy bills is a good idea. If you see weird spikes, there may be leaking air exiting and entering your home. 

What are the benefits of replacing my windows? 

Save money

The first benefit is the most important. It will save you money. Although replacing your windows is an upfront cost, it will lead to saving you money on your energy bills in the long run. 

Peace of mind

Our home is meant to be a place of comfort. Drafty and old windows can lead to unwanted anxiety for you. It’s hard to put a price on peace of mind. 

Increase your home’s value

Replacing your windows not only looks better on the outside, it will also increase your home’s value. 

What type of windows do I choose? 

Lindsay Windows & Doors

At Boelter, we are constantly researching the best suppliers on the market and we believe that is Lindsay Vinyl Windows & Doors. They have many options to choose from, many raving customer reviews, environmentally conscious, and the industry best sealing technology to keep your energy bill low as can be. 

Steel & Fiberglass Entrance Doors

Steel storm doors are always a good call. They last a lifetime and are very energy efficient. The downside is they can be easily damaged. 

This is where fiberglass comes in. This is the new style. Still energy efficient and long lasting, but they do not dent or scratch nearly as easily as the steel doors.