Eco-Friendly or Energy Efficient Blinds and Shades
One aspect of creating a modern home is energy efficiency. There are a lot of things you can do to make your home more efficient. But one of the easiest, most effective things to do is to change your window coverings. This simple change will help lower your monthly electric costs and keep your home updated and stylish. There are even eco-friendly options so you can do your part to make a difference in the world.
When we classify something as eco-friendly or energy efficient here at SelectBlinds, we mean it. Here’s what you can expect:
Saves on Energy Costs
Energy efficient window coverings mean that it provides additional insulation for your window. The right amount of insulation will keep hot or cold weather outside so you can enjoy the comfort of being in your home. And you won’t have to adjust your air conditioner or heater to make up the difference. Not only will these blinds conserve energy, but it will keep your money right where it belongs: in your wallet.
Made from Natural Materials
If you’re looking for windows coverings made from natural materials and fibers, we have that, too. You can choose from Honeycomb/cellular shades, pleated shades, solar shades, and mini blinds. We also offer bamboo and woven shades if you’d like a more natural look and feel to your window coverings.
Need it broken down even further? Here are our most energy efficient and eco-friendly blinds and shades. Take a look and see what will work best for you.
Pleated Window Shades
Pleated shades offer insulation and stylish texture. They come in a variety of colors, so they can complement any style and any décor. One of the many great things about pleated shades is that you can decide between light filtering and blackout shades. Light filtering pleated shades block out the harshness of the sun, but you still get beautiful, warm light into your space. Room darkening pleated shades are perfect for bedrooms and media rooms.
These are very similar to pleated shades. They are also energy efficient and have the same type of exterior look. However, there is a major difference. Honeycomb shades have cells that provide even more insulation and protection from the weather outside. You can also choose between single or double cells, depending on how much insulation you want and how large of a window you’re covering.
Solar Sun Shades
Much like pleated and honeycomb shades, solar shades help block the harmful UV rays that often make it through other types of window shades. If you’re looking to reduce glare on your television or computer screen, solar shades are a fantastic option. You can reduce glare, but you don’t have to block your view to the outside. You really can have both. You can also choose between light filtering and blackout solar shades.
Mini Window Blinds
Made from recycled aluminum, you’re sure to love these mini blinds. Mini blinds don’t have to be ordinary any more. You have more color options these days, so you can have more control over your window coverings. Mini blinds are also great because they’re easy to clean and are extremely durable, which is an excellent choice if you have children.
Being eco-friendly and improving your home’s energy efficiency is easy. Start with the right window shades or blinds and start making your home more energy efficient, one upgrade at a time.