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Window coverings don't just make the interior of your home look great; they're also your first line of defense when it comes to insulating your home. Up to 50% of your home's heating and cooling can escape through your windows. It's not quite money literally down the drain, but it's pretty close!
So if you're looking for a better way to insulate your windows while also helping them look great, check out these five solutions to your window covering problems:
Shutters—Because shutters provide a tight fit to your home's window frames, they serve as an effective shield to cold drafts entering your home this winter. Shutters not only help with heating and cooling, they also provide privacy and increased light control for your home.
Drapes—Drapes are the classic way to provide insulation to your windows. Available in a wide variety of materials, colors, and patterns, drapes are perfect for keeping in the warmth and shutting out the chill of winter.
Roman Shades—Generally made from thicker fabrics, Roman shades trap in warmth, making them energy efficient. These shades are also available in a variety of light-filtering designs, giving you the perfect amount of privacy.
Motorized Blinds—Motorized blinds provide the best lighting control available, and they can be set to open and close automatically based on your home's heating & cooling schedule.
Cellular Shades—Our most popular energy-saving window coverings, their honeycomb-shaped cells trap air, helping your home retain indoor heat and blocking outdoor heat during the summer months.
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