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Recommending the best soundproof windows is very tricky due to the fact that soundproofing windows isn't always the most straight forward of processes. Having said that, here are several excellent replacement models that span the replacement window cost spectrum. They are listed in order from least expensive to most expensive. For additional information, see our page on soundproof windows reviews.



Indow Acoustic Windows

Indow window inserts are custom sized to fit each opening and are made from compression tubing that is pressed into the existing frame to create a tight seal. The glass area is acrylic glazing, which has some bend to it, but is virtually indetectable once installed. The compression tubing is available in three color options. The Indow Acoustic insert reduces exterior noise by 75% over a standard single pane window. These inserts are by far the least expensive option, but there are some downsides that consumers should explore before purchasing.

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Amsco Serenity Series

The Serenity gets the best reviews out of all Amsco windows, which to be honest don't get very good reviews. However, contractors seem to like this "low end" option for soundproofing your windows from Amsco and for the price we can see why. A box style spacer, double seal, and insulated glazing improve the performance. It has a unique design that doesn't include the more typical PVB interlayer. It doesn't have a durometer seal, and the glazing bead isn't as sturdy as some contractors would like. Sound control windows can be quite costly (just look at the Milgard window option below), and this is a good lower budget option that is as much as $1000 cheaper than some of its competitors.

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Harvey Acoustic Series

The Harvey Acoustic window will deliver an STC window rating of 44 for the double hung and picture windows, while the casement will deliver an STC window rating of 40. Both of these are pretty solid numbers, not the top-of-the-heap in terms of soundproofing or noise attentuation, but definitely a good option to consider if you are looking for reasonable sound control option at a fair price.

Similar to the other Harvey models, their soundproof window includes several nice features that includes a tilt in sash on the single and double hungs, a block and tackle balance, and several exterior frame color options. The Harvey Acoustic model, with low-e glass, argon fills and grids, should deliver a .26 U-factor, .42 VT, .25 SHGC and a 3.85 R-value.

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Milgard Quiet Line Series

Milgard Quiet Line costs are much higher than their other sound attentuation windows, but they are specially designed to eliminate noise. With an STC rating of 46 to 49, the window is similar in noise reduction quality to glass used in recording studios, which are usually around 50 - 55 STC. The frame is thick and bulky to support the thicker glass. This is a pricey option, but there are many installers and contractors that rate this as the top soundproofing option out there (impressive...).

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