Thursday, March 13, 2014
Sunblock Blinds Keep The Summer Heat Away
In many homes, windows are made from single or double panes of glass. If you have a triple-paned glass, then you have the most efficient type of window that provides enough barrier between the outside and the inside environment of your house. Most people are still using curtains but using sunblock blinds is actually the most efficient. This is because sunblock blinds add an extra layer of insulation that increases the energy efficiency of the window or door covered. These blinds will save you energy especially if they are mounted as close to the window as it is possible. This will not allow hot air to escape around the blinds and circulating into your room.
You see, sunblock blinds has proven to be very cost-effective and as such, it has become the most practical alternatives to conventional curtains. An added feature is that they can give your room that minimalist look. If you do not want your room to feel stuffy, you should refrain from using curtains for your windows. Also, sunblock blinds are very effective if you want to keep your room as dark as possible during the long summer days. Using layers of curtain fabrics can not shut out the light like sunblock blinds do. Home decor stores offer a wide variety for sunblock bind designs that can fit any taste. If you are one of those who like the classic white and blackout rollers, you will not have the problem of finding one that fits your home. There are also a lot of choices of sunblock blinds in interesting graphic prints to liven up your room without letting too much sun inside. These type of blinds are great to use as accent for your windows too. So get ready for the summer and discover the wonders of the sunblock blinds.
Posted by Fiona Thomson at 5:47 PM