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Heat Reflective Solar blinds are a great option if you want to save energy in your home. Here is a breakdown of all the features solar blinds have and how they are better than other types of blinds.
What Are Heat Reflective Solar Blinds?
Solar blinds (or sun blinds) are made of a special tightly woven fabric, which lets you see the view outside but protects you from the sun’s harmful UV rays. If you have a room with picture windows that face the sun, solar blinds can reduce glare and heat while keeping your view clear and unobstructed. Not only will they protect your furniture, hardwood floor, artwork and carpet from direct sunlight , but they can also help you lower your energy bill!
Different Levels of Openness
The lower the openness and the tighter the weave, the better it blocks the sun—but you can see less through the fabric. The higher the openness level, the more light and air can pass through.
What Is The Best Color For Solar Blinds?
Based on the color of the fabric, solar shades provide various advantages. Lighter colors, such as white or neutral, reduce solar heat gain and offer more energy efficiency than darker colors.
Do Solar Blinds Provide Privacy?
These blinds are designed to provide privacy while still allowing you to enjoy natural light in your home. However when you turn on the lights at night, others can see inside your home. For privacy, you might want to consider combining your shades with curtains.
How Effective Are Solar Blinds?
Solar blinds improve energy efficiency in your home by providing extra insulation for your windows. This helps keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in winter, while also saving you on annual energy cost.
Ontario made Krumpers solar blinds tested by several laboratories and the results illustrate a reduction in heating and cooling cost by up to 41%.
With solar blinds you can keep your home at a comfortable temperature all year long.
Do Solar Blinds Block UV Rays?
Solar blinds are an excellent window treatment option for windows in rooms that are exposed to the sun.
They block 98% of harmful UV rays without obscuring your view.
Do Solar Blinds Block Out Heat?
Solar blinds reduce heat gain by 72%. West-facing windows can get hot and cause excess heating in the home, while south-facing windows are difficult to cool. Solar blinds can solve both problems. Because of it is highly reflective properties they outperform than regular curtains and blinds. As a result, you’ll be enjoying a comfortable temperature in your home, while still being able to enjoy your beautiful view.
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