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Are You a Window or Door Dealer? Want More Leads?

Are You a Window and/or Door Dealer?

Do you replace them on residential or commercial buildings? If so, you’ll want to receive quality window and/or door leads from consumers actively looking for new or replacement ones.

If you’re not already an affiliate, sign up now to create an account and start receiving leads. The simple process only takes about 10 minutes! There are no sign-up fees, no subscription fees, and no contracts. The only time you pay is when you receive a lead from

If you are already a Affiliate and you provide these services, you can activate this feature by editing each of your locations to specify that they offer window and/or door services.

Leads are created when a consumer searching for glass enters their contact info and submits it through the site. If you receive a lead, this means that the consumer has actively chosen to receive a price quote from your company. The consumer even has the option to indicate what day and time works best for them to meet for a scheduled appointment.

What Information Will You Receive with Your Lead?

Lead information for door and window leads will usually contain the following:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Project type (new construction, replacement, repair)
  • Type of property (residential, commercial)
  • Frame material (wood, aluminum, vinyl, fiberglass)
  • Timeframe (immediate, within the next month, etc.)
  • Types and quantities of windows and doors

Once the consumer has submitted their request, you’ll receive a notification email and text (optional). From there, you’ll be able to log in to your account and view the lead details, as well as manage old leads. All you need to do at this point is follow up with the consumer to finalize the details of the project. It’s clear to see that makes getting more jobs easy!

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