Sleep isn’t a luxury, it’s essential to a person’s health and well-being. Creativity soars and mistakes drop when a person is well rested. A quiet, dark environment can be crucial to good sleep.
Indow Window blackout panels block 50 to 70% of the noise filtering through windows. Night-shift workers, parents of young children and others who need undisturbed sleep can get the rest they need.
Often people desperate for sound sleep have tried it all: tacking blankets to their windows, unsightly blinds that leak light, bulky blackout curtains and drapes with mounting systems that damage window frames. Indow Window Blackout Panels are elegant: the simply press into place with our patented silicone Compression Tube and can be easily removed to let in natural light.
But this isn’t just about creating a dark, quiet sleeping space. As with all Indow Window inserts, our blackout panels eliminate drafts so your room becomes instantly more energy efficient and comfortable.
They always fit perfectly since we use a custom laser measuring system to get it just right. While sleek on their own, you can paint them with standard interior wall paint to match a room.
No blackout curtain blocks 100% of light: Indow Window Blackout Grade inserts do. “No light gets through them at all,” said Brad of Portland, OR. His wife Lauren is a night-shift nurse and they had Blackout Panels installed to improve her day sleep. But the panels also block street lights and city noises that disturbed Brad at night. “It’s like sleeping in a soundproof box,” he said.
Read the case study to learn more about Brad and Lauren’s experience with blackout panels.
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