His home, built in 1756, doesn’t have a straight line it – so cattywampus it’s “like walking on the deck of a ship.” Those imperfections are just what Alistair loves.
Not only do his floors roll, his vintage windows are all slight parallelograms and trapezoids, which is why exterior storms didn’t fit right.
Indow Windows embraces imperfection, fitting any window no matter the shape or size with our laser measuring system.
We love old houses here at Indow Windows – the more cattywampus, the better! It shows off what we do best after providing comfort: perfect fit. We embrace what’s off-kilter and make it work.
“We’ve noticed changes right away,” said Alistair. “First, no more drafts. It’s quite remarkable. Next, rooms keep their warmth longer, meaning the furnace stays quiet for longer stretches. That’s a welcome development. But mostly the house just feels cozier.”
The road outside, once a dirt path, is now a much busier thoroughfare – Route 121A or Main Street in Sandown, New Hampshire. They were told Indow Windows would make their home quieter, but they weren’t prepared for how quiet.
“The reduction in sound is amazing,” he said. “It really is such a pleasure and not something we expected.”
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