Indow inserts are interior storm windows that press into place on the inside of your window frames, without the need for a mounting bracket. Our patented silicone tubing holds the insert in place while blocking drafts and noise. Unlike magnetic storm windows, Indow inserts don’t change the appearance of your home, or require climbing a ladder outside to install.
We pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and experience. Each insert is cut to precisely fit each window frame, and the silicone compression tubing allows it to be easily popped in and out of place. They come in a wide range of sizes and shapes to fit windows that many magnetic interior storm windows cannot be installed in.
So simple, you’ll wonder why they haven’t been invented before.
Magnetic window insulation does not provide as good a seal as compression tubing. Indow window inserts use compression tubing to create a dead air space between the insert and the window. This provides superior draft and noise blocking.
Magnet seal windows can also harm the window frame during installation and removal. Indow inserts don’t use screws or adhesive. They arrive ready to be installed and just press into place.
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What to expect from Indow window inserts:
- Superior at blocking drafts
- Easy to install & remove
- Reduce or eliminate condensation
- Average 20% energy savings
- Up to 70% noise reduction
- Approved by historic district guidelines
Many magnetic window inserts require adhesive, screws, or additional hardware and often have to be measured, cut and assembled on-site before installation. This can take hours and permanently alter the historic integrity of your home. Indow window inserts require none of the above.
Once you’ve got the facts we know you’ll agree – Indow inserts are a better solution than magnetic storm windows for blocking drafts, heat, noise, UV, and gaining privacy in your home.
Indow inserts compression system provides a better seal than acrylic magnetic windows. They also require no cutting or permanent adhesive to install like magnetic interior storm windows do. Installation of Indow inserts is easy and will not permanently alter your window.
Each insert is custom made for your window and priced by the square foot. We’re happy to answer any questions. Sign up today for a free consultation and estimate.
What Do They Cost?
What Do They Cost?
Consider the cost and disruption of replacing your windows. A vinyl window averages $66-$87/sf. A wood window averages $71-$109/sf. With Indow inserts averaging between $27-$41/sf MSRP, your window project can cost a fraction of other options.
Our workhorse interior storm window insert blocks drafts and reduces outside noise.
Our 4 options in premium grade inserts provide superior protection against noise and light.
Industrial strength inserts with a scratch-resistant coating can be cleaned with common products.
If there’s a dealer near you, a dealer will laser measure your windows and also install the inserts. They will cover all costs in your estimate, which normally includes a measure and installation fee as well as your local sales tax.