Keep Your Home Warmer in Winter, Cooler in Summer

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Photo: HunterDouglas

Insulation

In winter months, your home heating escapes to the outdoors through your windows while in the summertime, the outside heat flows into your home through these same windows. With window treatments that provide insulation, you can reduce energy consumption, save on heating and cooling costs, and create a more comfortable atmosphere.

Solar Heat Control

The warmth provided by the sun, its solar energy, may be desirable during the winter to help heat your home, but in the summer, it can make a room overly hot and uncomfortable—driving up air conditioning costs. Many window fashions help control solar heat by allowing it into your home in the winter and minimizing the amount that comes in during the summer.

Daylighting

Daylighting is the practice of lighting rooms with natural light rather than artificial light.

By drawing natural light into a room many HunterDouglas window treatments reduce the need for other types of lighting, thereby reducing your energy use.

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