Efficient Window Coverings - Save Money With Styleby Rahul Raheja manager
As a certified installer and retailer of custom window treatments, I get the opportunity to meet a lot of customers with specific window treatment needs. During the fall and winter months, consumers are looking for energy efficient options that can help them save a little extra money on their heating costs.
One of the best products in my professional opinion is called a Duette Architella Honeycomb Shade by Hunter Douglas Window Fashions. This is the Hunter Douglas patented honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb construction which provides greater energy savings Window Replacement Tulsa than your average honeycomb shade. Hunter Douglas claims that this product can reduce energy loss by up to 50 percent. Sounds pretty good right? Well, it gets better.
The Duette Architella has five different fabric collections and many different color options to choose from. Along with the fabrics and colors, they also come with several different lifting systems. If you have children at home or even a nosy cat or dog, a cordless shade may be the way to go. If you are into gadgets, you could use the Powerise remote control or wireless wall switch system to raise and lower the shade. There is also a retractable cord system called Ultraglide as well as a continuous cord or standard cord lock system. These are all options available to customize your shades.
One of the biggest complaints from consumers is that there are not many options for their large sliding glass doors outside of slapping up a clunky vertical blind and calling it a day. Well fear not, the Duette Architella can also be made vertically and mounted to a very smooth track system called Vertiglide. This is a great option for sliders not only for the energy efficiency, but for the cordless side-to-side operation.
Once you've chosen the fabric, color, and lifting options, it's time to decide if you want to tackle this project yourself or spring for the installation charge to have a certified installer do it for you. As a certified installer, I would come to your home, measure the windows to the nearest eighth of an inch and make sure there is enough depth for the blind to be mounted inside of the window frame. I would also make sure the shades are installed properly and operate correctly. The nice thing about hiring an installer is if anything goes wrong or doesn't fit, you are free and clear and it's up to the installer to correct the problem.
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