Is it a little too chilly, or a little too cold in your home?
There’s lots of things you can do to insulate your home from the elements outside, like:
• Install gaskets inside of your electrical outlets
• Replace insulation in your attic
• Make sure your doors have quality weather-stripping
• Change your window coverings
Did you know your blinds have an insulating effect too?
A post at Green Building Advisor explains they can affect your temperature by as much as 5 degrees.
That’s enough to get your attention!
And that number could increase even more if you have old blinds, or none at all.
Which of Blindster’s window treatments work best for insulating your home?
Some of the top choices:
With an R-value of 4.60, these shades are one of our best insulators you can buy. They also block 99% of all UV light too.
And if you want privacy also, they’re perfect. You get complete privacy even if your lights are on at night.
These shades get awesome reviews – 4 ½ stars (out of 5) with 101 reviews.
This is one of our newest products. The fabric has a 1% openness factor, which means it blocks 99% of all harmful UV rays. But you still get an excellent level of privacy too.
You can’t get much better in terms of light and heat reduction. Better yet – it conforms with CPSC child safety guidelines so you don’t have to worry about any serious injuries to pets or children.
If you want awesome insulation, always go with double-cell shades over single-cell ones. In particular, these have a hefty insulating R-Value of 4.50 and block 98% of all UV light.
You can also get them with top down/bottom up and cordless operations so you know pets and kids will never experience a serious injury.
Their installation is easy for anyone with basic handyman skills, and it’s almost impossible to find another shade priced better.
With an incredible R-value of 5.0 and 99.9% natural light blockage, you just don’t get any better energy efficiency than you do with these shades. Some customers are surprised to find they keep their rooms darker than expected!
They even effectively take on the warm Florida sun. They also come with crash-proof cord locks and conform with CPSC guidelines.
If you’re looking for energy efficient blinds, those 4 are our top choices. Click the link for each, do some research, and decide which works best for you.