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Interior storms for newer windows?

Posted by carajon (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 5, 11 at 23:36

Our house is only a few years old, and has good double-paned low e argon windows (made by Green Mountain). Nevertheless, I get cold sitting next to the windows in the winter, and even just a slight bit breezy. But I can't find any gaps to seal, so am considering other options. Has anyone had experience with internal storms? (for example - I wonder if something like this would help, and if so, to what extent. Any thoughts?

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RE: Interior storms for newer windows?

What material are your windows made out of? It's possible you have a poor install and the frames and/or sashes are bowed. If so, it may be possible to adjust them and add better insulation.

RE: Interior storms for newer windows?

It's also possible the window itself is of a low quality and that in itself could be a reason for air leakage.

RE: Interior storms for newer windows?


If you can pinpoint where the leakage is coming from, that will help narrow the search.

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