As seen on This Old House!
Indow inserts will appear in the Feb. 18 episode of This Old House! Katherine and Murat Bicer needed interior storms for some unusual arched windows and decided to use Indow window inserts since we make just about any shape! We’re thrilled we could be a part of bringing this 1895 Victorian in Belmont, Massachusetts back to its former glory.
A federal tax credit gives you money back on Indow inserts!
Great news: Indow has been approved as an air sealing measure in a federal tax credit that will give you 10% of your order back, up to $500! All purchases made in 2015 and 2016 are eligible. It’s uncertain if this tax credit will be extended in 2017, so now is a great time to order. Learn more here.
Indow is featured in a new book.
We’re proud to be a Portland maker along with other businesses taking pride in creating quality items, generating jobs and building a more robust local economy. We were featured in the recently published book, Portland Made: The Makers of Portland’s Manufacturing Renaissance by Kelley Roy, who founded the Portland makerspace ADX in Southeast Portland. An urban manufacturing renaissance is taking place across the country, an encouraging trend we detailed in our Huffington Post blog.