Sun Screens in Buckeye – I Told My Husband But he Wouldn’t Believe Me!
Jun 7 2011

Sun Screens in Buckeye are a must!  My husband and I recently moved from Orlando Florida to Buckeye, Arizona.  They both get hot, but there is quite a difference between the two climates.  Florida is very tropical, and it rains about every day.  There are practically always clouds in the sky for a good part of the day, and it is very humid.  Here in Buckeye, it is very dry and desert-ish, and there is a lot of sunshine.  We don’t see clouds very much at all.


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Greenhouse Window Treatments
Mar 25 2011

Greenhouses are fantastic. The plants they nurture provide life, oxygen and bright floral arrangements for those who have them. They also allow in a lot of light and sun, which is a welcome relief for many during the winter months. However, without the proper window treatments, any warm air gained can be lost plus more during the night as the heat seeps out of the windows. This is especially true for single paned windows. Windows don’t filter UV light or protect against glare, but window treatments do exactly that.


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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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Blinds Chalet Announces the Best Window Treatments for Mountain Living
Jul 24 2010

Mountain living offers different challenges for decorating than other climates. In the mountains, wood expands and contracts depending on the season. The nights are cold with temperatures dipping into the 30’s and 40’s while daytime temperatures can top 95 degrees. It’s the extremes that appeal to some. Most people who live in the mountains do without air conditioning in order to enjoy the clean, fresh mountain air. As such, it can be a challenge to keep houses and apartments cool during the long summer days, which is why Blinds Chalet announces their best window treatments for mountain living.


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Roll-up Window Shades are a Top Pick For Summer Blinds
May 18 2010

Roll-up Window Shades come in a variety of styles. But for summer’s heat, Sheer Weave Roller Shades are a popular choice for offices and homes. Sheer Weave Blinds earned their name from the woven pattern that filters light out while at the same time offering views. The weave ranges from 3% openness going up as high as 14%. This is referred to as the openness factor, or the amount of open space within the weave. The tighter the weave, the more protection you will have against the sun and the more the blinds will help insulate your home. The higher the factor, the more views you will be able to maintain.


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What Makes Solar Window Shades A Summer Favorite?
Apr 29 2010

No matter where people are, they generally like to enjoy the view from their windows but often the glare that comes from the sun as well as the amount of heat that enters makes it difficult to enjoy the view, thus Designer Solar Window Shades were invented. The unique shades allow you to control the amount of glare and heat that enters into a room. And with the recent introduction of Designer Solar Window Shades, people are excited to add a little spice to their rooms!


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Solar Shades: Which Screen is Best?
Mar 8 2010

Another popular question we receive is "Which Solar Shade should I buy?" This is a little harder to answer because it really depends on your needs. Are you trying to block out glare? Are you trying to preserve the view? Basically, why do you want the solar screen?


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Solar Screen Shades - Window Treatments that Block the Sun but Not the View
Dec 21 2009

Do you have a window that has a great view but it just lets in way too much light? Have you considered window treatments but not sure which one would be right? Curtains would ruin the view and so could blinds. So what do you do?


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