Thermal Blinds - Thermal Window Coverings
Most energy loss in the home happens through our windows, so it is important to install insulating blinds that help save energy, keep your energy bills low, and keep the temperature inside your home comfortable all year long. Whether you are looking for extra insulation to stop heat loss during the winter, or are looking to reduce heat gain during the summer, proper insulating blinds will help increase your home's energy efficiency. These thermal window treatments come in a variety of styles as well, including roller shades, roman shades, and most notably honeycomb shades - and in a variety of materials, from room darkening to light filtering. You won't have to sacrifice style for protection with our selection of thermal window shades.
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What makes effective energy efficient window coverings?
It all comes down to the right material and fabrics used in the shade or blind. The best thermal blinds feature thicker materials that help block heat from sunlight, but also have many layers. Window treatments such as wood blinds or faux wood blinds can be effective due to their thicker material. Plantation shutters are especially effective as they create a seal around your window opening.
Are cellular shades any good?
Insulated cellular shades are known as one of the best thermal window coverings due to their honeycomb design - they take it a step further by having a unique fabric design that traps air pockets in its fabric. This allows the window shade to create a thick barrier on your windows, adding insulation and reducing heat transfer.