Looking For Window Treatment Answers On-line
Dec 1 2010

It wasn’t so long ago that when we had a question we had to make a trip to find the answer. The trip might have been to a neighbor’s house, to the library or to a hardware store. We were more social back in the day. Today, consumers want information right away. It takes time from a busy schedule to stop by a neighbor’s house when the same information can be found in a few minutes by a Google search.


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Blinds Chalet Announces 30% Off All Environmentally Friendly Window Treatments
Nov 22 2010

Blinds Chalet announces 30% off all environmentally friendly window treatments. In order to encourage consumers to think ‘green,’ Blinds Chalet details the benefits of eco-friendly blinds and offers a 30% off incentive for consumers to buy now.


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What To Know About Top Selling Blinds
Nov 13 2010

Many people are looking for new blinds for a variety of reasons. Either they want to fix up the look of their home for personal pleasure, are redecorating an office or home, or are trying to sell their property. No matter which reason you have for looking at top selling blinds, it helps to know about little bit about them so you get the blinds that are best suited to your exact needs.


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Blinds Chalet Announces Tips for Buying Door Blinds
Nov 1 2010

Blinds Chalet announces tips for buying door blinds. Doors can sometimes be tricky to buy window treatments for because of their unusual size and shape. Not only that, door blinds shouldn’t interfere with your ability to easily open and close the door. Some window treatments ‘fly away,’ meaning they swing out the door when it opens and get caught in it when it closes, often damaging blinds or window treatments.


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Door Blinds
Oct 27 2010

There are tons of options for window treatments, from insulating shades, to room darkening shades, to cell shades, roman shades, roller shades and more. However, when it comes to doors, many wonder what their choices are. Will door blinds be effective in insulating or blocking light? There are options to choose from and it won’t be as painful as you think it will.


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Why You Should Buy Light Filtering Blinds
Sep 1 2010

Light filtering blinds are some of the most versatile blinds on the market. They have the best attributes of Roman Shades, Cellular Shades and Venetian blinds all rolled into one. They are some of the best looking insulating blinds available. They are energy efficient, have style and light filtering qualities.


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Blinds Chalet Introduces Light Filtering Insulating Blinds
Aug 9 2010

Blinds Chalet introduces light filtering insulating blinds. These blinds combine the beauty and style of a Roman Shade with the insulating qualities of a Cellular Shade and the light filtering abilities of a Venetian Blind. They really are the all-in-one shades that provide style and more importantly energy efficiency.


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Blinds Chalet Defines Eco-Trends
Jun 7 2010

Consumers are becoming more eco-minded and are looking for ways to incorporate environmentally friendly elements into their homes. However, many consumers are unsure as to what the different environmental terms mean. Blinds Chalet has defined the following terms in order to help consumers shop wisely:


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Blinds Chalet - Featured Blind
May 30 2010

Blinds Chalet's June featured blind is the EnergyTrack 3/8" Translucent Double Cell Shade.


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Blinds Chalet Announces Limited Time Price Reduction on Single Cell Shades
May 25 2010

Cellular fabric window shades from Blinds Chalet are best known for their insulating qualities. For a limited time, Blinds Chalet is offering a price reduction on three of their best selling single cell shades – Cordless 9/16” Translucent Single Cell Shades, 9/16” Blackout Single Cell Shades and their Express 9/16” Translucent Single Cell Shades.


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Fabric Window Shades Ready for Summer
May 24 2010

Summer’s sun is starting to shine. Some places across the country are already seeing temperatures rising over 100 degrees. As the sun’s rays get stronger, it’s important to protect your home. Fabric window shades create a barrier against harmful UV rays that can cause fading or damage to rugs, furniture and art work. Window treatments don’t just filter the sun’s rays; they also help keep warm air out in the summer and warm air in during the colder winter months. Single cell shades are one type of window treatment that helps insulate homes.


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Insulated Window Shades Bring You Savings
May 7 2010

There are a lot of window treatments on the market that will claim to help insulate windows, but very few come with certifications and qualify for a federal tax credit. ComforTrack Honeycomb Shades do. The reason they do is they have a unique double honeycomb system that is among the most efficient on the market for keeping the elements out and saving on energy bills.


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Comfortrack Plus Cellular Shades
Jan 6 2010

Comfortrack Plus Cellular Shades
During these cold winter months you may be thinking how can I save on energy bills. Windows account for 50% of the heat loss in a home. Insulating your windows can drastically decrease the energy lost through your windows. With the unique sidetrack system, our EnergyTrack cellular shades (identical to ComforTrack cellular shades) add an additional barrier to the cold similar to zipping up a winter coat.


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Single vs. Double Cell Cellular Shades
Jan 4 2010

What is a single cell honeycomb shade and what is a double cell honeycomb shade? Cell shades are designed to insulate from the heat, cold and noise. The fabric is designed in a "cell" or "honeycomb" pattern as visible from the side of the window shades. From the side of  front of the shades they appear as a pleated shade with an accordion style look to them. The cells of the window shade trap air and provide insulation.


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Shades - Energy Efficient Cellular Shades
Dec 8 2009

It won't be long and this cold will go away and be replaced with high heat and even higher energy bills. Trying to keep the energy bills down when it reaches a 100+ outside is not always easy. However, with honeycomb cellular shades, your house just might become more energy efficient.


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Money Saving Tips to Keep Vertical Blinds Warm This Winter
Dec 3 2009

During the cold winter months, more than 50% of a home's heat loss is through the windows. This is more than doors, walls and attics combined. Vertical blinds and other window blinds cover those large areas where you need help the most. Here are some more tips to keep you nice and toasty inside, and keep your electric bill nice and low.


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