Award winning Portland, Oregon window inserts create comfort and energy savings
(Portland, OR) — As people prepare their homes for fall and winter, Indow Window thermal inserts keep the warmth inside to create comfort and energy efficiency. No one needs to spend a fortune replacing beautiful old windows or blow drying messy plastic sheeting over drafty windows: Indow Windows are elegant and nearly invisible when installed.
City dwellers appreciate them for also creating a quiet environment since they reduce outside noise by up to 50 percent, hushing cars, sirens and construction.
Indow Windows are acrylic window inserts that simply press into the interior of a window frame using the company’s patented silicone Compression Tube. They require no mounting hardware or track system and are an elegant, simple choice for historic windows.
Indow Windows recently opened up greater public access at Alcatraz by shielding broken gun gallery windows at the former federal penitentiary in preparation for an exhibit by Chinese artist and dissident Ai Weiwei. Organizers chose Indow Windows because the inserts will preserve and protect this National Historic Landmark without leaving a mark.
For those seeking a more comfortable living space, Indow Windows are the answer. A U.S. Department of Energy study found that installing Indow Windows led to a more than 20 percent reduction in heating, ventilating and air-conditioning use in a Seattle home.
Worldwide, buildings account for one-third of energy consumption. Making homes and businesses more energy efficient has a direct impact on carbon emissions. So while Indow Window inserts provide warmth, comfort and energy savings, they help keep the planet cool at the same time.
Indow Windows come in six other grades ranging from UV-blocking Museum Grade to light-diffusing Privacy Grade to light-blocking Blackout Grade.
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