The Inside Scoop at CellularWindowShades.com

Hot Enough For YOU?

Posted on: July 16, 2010


People all over the US have been experiencing heatwave after heatwave this last month. Will it ever end?

So wilting heat gives a perfect opportunity to discuss ENERGY savings, for “energy” isn’t just expended when those up north heat in the winter — COOLING costs also are a significant cost during warm-weather months all over the country.

QUESTION: So how do CELLULAR shades reduce air conditioning costs??

ANSWER: In the same manner, they save you from drafts in the winter, Cellular Window Shades keep the beating sun and warming effects of the daytime from entering your home in the first place. Here’s how:

Adding Cellular Shades to your windows adds an EXTRA LAYER of protection because the “pockets” — those little honeycomb cells — trap air and act as a barrier to cold air leaking in from outside in the winter months and hot air leaking through in the summer months. The fabric also blocks direct sunlight and those harmful UV rays, all without ever FADING!

More info in our next installment…

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