During the summer and winter months, you may find that you become more aware of the energy being consumed within your home. Due to the fact that you will either run your air conditioner more often or have the heat turned up, each season's extreme can bring about an increased interest in lowering your utility bills. One unexpected step that you could take in doing just that is integrating energy efficient window treatments into your existing decor. At All About Blinds, Etc, our friendly staff can show you some options you may want to think about as you go about redesigning your windows.
One option to think about when considering how you could add energy efficient window treatments to your residence is introducing PowerView® Automation. This Hunter Douglas system is a wonderful way to regulate the temperature inside your home thanks to its impressive design and easy-to-use control options. By accessing either the associated app or remote you can raise or lower any shade in your home, which could come in handy during the day when the sunlight is most extreme.
Another interesting way that you could block out unwanted light is by adding woven woods to your decor. These come in two exciting styles, Provenance® Woven Wood Shades and Alustra® Woven Textures®. Each of these can offer unique characteristics while still allowing a degree of natural light to gently filter inside. This option gives you yet another way to bring energy efficient window treatments into your home.
Provenance® window fashions are made out of natural materials, such as bamboo and reeds, while Alustra® Woven Textures® come in a range of exquisite fabrics. Those who are interested in the Provenance® can pair them with optional light-filtering and room-darkening liners, which can help you regulate the temperature inside your home. Furthermore, the beautiful fabric colors, including Deep Water and Stone, all offer other customization options. The same can be said for Alustra® Woven Textures®, as these Hunter Douglas products are available with an optional dual roller that can operate as an independent liner. As you can see, there are many avenues to explore when considering how you could add energy efficient window treatments to your home.
In addition to the aforementioned styles, shutters can also help you block out unwanted light. With three unique types, including Heritance® Hardwood, Palm Beach™ Polysatin™, NewStyle® Hybrid, you can determine what material is the best fit for the specific room you are updating. Duette® honeycomb shades are yet another one of our energy efficient window treatments that could make a noticeable difference in your living environment.
If you would like to find out more about our assortment of energy efficient window treatments, feel free to reach out. We are located at 1120 Technology Dr Ste 106 in O'Fallon, MO and can be reached by phone at (636) 939-6700. Our service area also includes Augusta, St. Louis, St. Charles, Cottleville, New Melle, Dardenne, and Weldon Springs, MO. Contact us today to begin discussing energy efficient window treatments. We look forward to hearing from you.