INDOW WINDOW INSERTS ON THIS OLD HOUSE CHARLESTON
Housing Experts Choose Indow, Time and Time Again
This Old House is the authority in home renovation. Its experts are trusted by the nation, and only pick the best when it comes to using products on their show. It’s no surprise they’ve chosen Indow to use in their televised renovations – twice. Previously chosen for a historic home episode in Belmont, Massachusetts, Indow is currently featured on This Old House in South Carolina.
Making Historic Windows Perform Like New
Scott and Kathleen Edwards purchased the “Single House” in the Ansonborough neighborhood of Charleston, and it required a lot of work. One of the biggest issues was the historic single-pane windows – they were drafty and let in a huge amount of noise. The solution? Indow window inserts.
Scott and Kathleen chose to install Indow Acoustic Grade in 16 windows throughout the house. We laser measured each window frame and custom made the inserts for a precise fit, and the couple began experiencing the difference immediately. “It’s like a house with double or triple-pane windows,” Scott said. “I hear very little.”
Reduce Noise, Block Drafts and Save Money
Our Standard Grade inserts block outside sound by 50%, while our Acoustic Grade blocks more than 70%, when placed over operable single-pane windows. Indow window inserts are made from 100% acrylic glazing and use our patented Compression Tube to press inside your window frame, giving you further benefits like:
- Average 20% energy savings.
- Thermal insulation and draft blocking.
- Preserving your original windows.
- Approved by historic district guidelines.
Experts at This Old House know what they’re talking about when it comes to window restoration, and that’s why they keep coming back to Indow. For a free estimate for your windows, fill in the form below.