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Measure the Difference ComforTrack Double Cell Shades Make
Fall is here. Despite record setting high temperatures across the country in the last few weeks, cold weather will be moving in soon. In the mountains, nighttime temperatures are already reaching into the 20’s and 30’s. There is no better time to help insulate drafty windows or single pane windows than with ComforTrack cell shades to keep the cold out and help reduce energy bills.
Here’s a challenge. Buy an indoor/outdoor thermometer and take the temperature inside your house at night. Then install ComforTrack Double Cell Shades and see how much warmer your house stays just by adding an additional barrier for windows. When buying cellular shades or honeycomb shades, there are a few things to know. Single Cell Shades will offer less insulating protection than double cell shades. Cellular shades or honeycomb shades with a sidetrack system helps prevent drafts leaking in around the sides of the blinds. If you are going for LEED certification then look for honeycomb window treatments that qualify for a Federal Tax Credit.
The ComforTrack 3/8” Translucent Double Cell Shades are designed for maximum insulation. The unique design of the ComforTrack Plus Energy Savings Sidetrack System provides a thermal performance rating up to five times greater than a standard single pane window.
This honeycomb shade has multiple insulation barriers to ensure the cold stays outside. Sidetracks on each side of the shade seal the edges of the shade while a foam seal between headrail and the top of the window frame minimize any heat loss and save energy. The ComforTrack Plus Energy Saving Sidetrack Insulation System qualifies for a federal tax credit for energy efficiency.
The ComforTrack 3/8” Blackout Double Cell Shades block 99% of light from entering a room, with a system that reduces light leakage from the sides of the shades. These window treatments also employ the ComforTrack Sidetrack system for increased insulation over a standard honeycomb cell shade. The ComforTrack Blackout shades also qualify for a federal tax credit for energy efficiency.
The ComforTrack line of double cell shades offer incredible insulation. Not only do they look good, they are available in a wide variety of colors that include neutral colors such as buttermilk, snow cap and wheat to more vibrant colors such as coffee bean, cinnamon, marina, cypress and more. They are designed to compliment any room.
If you want to save money on energy bills, then install the ComforTrack line of Double Cell Shades and notice the difference. Take the challenge and look at the temperature rating in the house with and without cellular or honeycomb shades. You will stay warmer, you’ll get money back from the government for taking initiative and increasing energy sustainability and you’ll have a good looking home. This is a win-win situation so head on-line to order ComforTrack Double Cell Shades today!
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