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Insulated Window Shades Keep The Cold Out And Your Money In Your Pocket

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Author: Terry Schierer


No matter where you live, this has been one of the coldest winters on record. It snowed in places that had never seen snow before. Thanks to all this snow and cold weather, utility bills are higher than ever before, congress has put energy independence on the slow, slow burner, so utility bills have no where to go except higher and higher.

One of the first things we think about is setting the thermostat lower but, with small children complaining that there cold it's an uncomfortable position to be in. In fact, many elderly and young children get colds and become ill much easier, when house temperatures do little to keep them warm and comfortable.

Of course, you could always sell your house and get a smaller and better insulated house, or move the family to warmer climates like Florida, but even they have had the coldest winter on record. To save big dollars on your energy bill the only logical answer is to check out the energy saving features of insulated blinds. In addition to the money saving quality of the insulated window treatments you also get the great look these shade add to your home.

Did you know that insulated window shades with an R-factor of 5 will save a ton of money on your energy bills? Using insulated window shades you will be able to set the thermostat at a comfortable setting and still be able to pay the bill. When you think about what you could do with the money you save with insulated window shades, you might decide to take a great vacation somewhere warm, assuming you can find such a place, of course.

How much do you think you could save, using insulated window blinds, on your utility bill? Unfortunately that's not an easy question to answer because every ones house and circumstance are different but,if you are like many people, your windows could use the insulating properties of these attractive window treatments. The best part being that there are so many different choices in insulating window shades besides the roller shade.

You can find attractive insulated roman shades that have a heavy lining fabric, decorative face fabrics and they feature center cotton felt interlining. Insulated honeycomb shades are available in single, double and triple cell versions that offer insulating through dead air space. Featuring three layers of quilted fabrics, insulated window quilts are used in the coldest part of the country to keep the cold air out and the heat inside where it belongs.

There are many insulated shades to choose from and the great thing is that they all make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. You might even decide that your home ins now so comfortable that you'll use the saved money to decorate your home some more. You owe it to yourself and your budget to check out the energy saving quality of these shades today.

About the author: At the authors website: http://insulatedwindowshades.net you can become informed on the different types of insulated window shades and see how much of a difference it would make in your utility bill.


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