The style and insulation can go hand in hand – it’s like having your cake and eating it too! Here are five ways to use the window to help insulate and protect your home.
Curtains can be good insulators and can also support a completely dark room with blackout curtains. You think that light or white fabric facing the window to reflect heat and light. Install them correctly is key. You want it to cover completely the window from the edge to the ground. Curtains should be hung as close to the window as possible. The options are almost limitless from sheers to the power outage, but if you choose curtains to choose a thicker fabric and a lightweight fabric lining.
They have the stamp of approval from the Energy Department, which considers the simplest and most effective to save energy with a window treatment modalities. Recommended purchase blinds with two layers of fabric – one dark and one light. Turn the light side outwardly reflecting sunlight and releasing overheating during hot months and turn them when it is cold. When the darker fabric absorbs the heat in your home. The blinds are ideal for everywhere in the home. They can be raised or lowered. Blinds that open from the top down and the bottom up can allow light to come in while protecting your privacy.
Blinds south and west facing windows are recommended. White or near white shutters can reduce heat gain by up to 45%. They also provide the advantage of controlling both the view and the amount of light entering. You can raise them, opens fully or angled slate or close completely. The decision is yours! Exterior shutters can also be used to block the sun.
Save Energy From The Outside
Both awnings and eaves are heated can reduce the amount of heat into your home. They are an excellent complement to the windows facing south and west. Outdoor awnings can go to work for you. It can reduce solar heat by up to 65 percent of south-facing windows and 77 percent of windows facing west.
Mesh Screens Window
Distend mesh screens solar radiation to insulate your home, while letting light through. Recommended for east and west facing windows. Even if you can see through the mesh does not affect the view through the windows to some extent.
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