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5 Surprising Ways Your Home is Losing Energy

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Did you know that your home is losing energy right now? Even the tiniest air leaks can add up to big unwanted temperature changes in your home. Find out where leaks are happening, and how to seal them up. Top...

What is the Difference Between Single Cellular Shades and Double Cellular Shades?

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Honeycomb Cellular Shades have a lot to offer.  With a wide range of colors, light filtering and room darkening fabrics, and advanced lift options – the custom combinations are endless!  However, many customers aren’t sure when to choose single...

How to Stop Window Drafts with Insulating Window Shades

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Got old windows that are letting icy drafts into your home? Windows can be a huge contributor to heat loss and energy inefficiency at home. Learn how to insulate windows from cold with this brand new insulating shade. New!...

How to Winterize your Home for A Cozier Winter

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Winter has arrived in full force, and in order to keep things cozy and warm it’s important to insulate your home against piercing drafts. These simple steps will help you winterize your home so your family will stay comfortable...

What Cell Size Do I Need? – Cellular Shade Sizes Explained

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3/8″, 7/16″, 1/2″, Oh My! If you’ve ever shopped for honeycomb or cellular shades you know that these window coverings come in myriad sizes. The fractional measurements included with each product represent the size of the cell created by...

Product Spotlight: Blinds.com Super Insulating Triple Cell Shade

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These popular shades have three layers of honeycomb cells and an incredibly high insulating R-value (resistance to heat flow) of 3.66, more than doubling the energy efficiency of a double-glazed window and almost quadrupling the effectiveness of a single...

7 Ways to Better Insulate Your Windows this Summer

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With summer's heat starting to hitting the triple digits around the nation, it's time to look for ways to improving the insulation in your home.