Storm Doors & Windows
Installing a storm door to seal drafts and reduce air flow can increase energy efficiency in your home by up to 45%. Storm doors offer flexibility allowing both light and ventilation into your home.

Similarly, when the cold wind starts blowing, storm windows can have a significant impact. Storm windows have long been the answer for supplementing the thermal performance of older, often single-pane, primary windows. A storm window acts as a second window unit to help buffer winds, driving rain and even outdoor noise. Exterior storm windows are installed either permanently or temporarily to the outside of a primary window’s frame or exterior casing. Interior storm windows, because they install on the interior side of primary windows, are popular options for apartment dwellers, homeowners in multistory homes and those who prefer not to see storm windows from their home’s exterior. Unlike exterior units, interior storms are more or less air-sealed, so they offer better thermal performance than exterior storms. Additionally, efficient doors, windows and skylights may qualify for a federal tax credit. You can learn more by Clicking Here

Stop by Mid-South Lumber and Supply in Bowling Green or our Leitchfield locations and ask one of our experts about storm door and window options for your home.