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Energy-Efficient Window Treatments

Save Money and Enjoy Greater Comfort

The right window coverings can reduce energy loss, lower heating and cooling bills, and improve home comfort. About 30% of a home’s heating energy is lost through windows, which is money literally out the window! Most types of window treatments will result in some kind of energy savings, but in order to optimize your savings and comfort, you need to look specifically for ones geared towards saving energy. To learn more, contact the team at The Shade Place. We would be happy to walk you through our selection of window coverings.

Cellular shades over a window.

Cellular Shades

Cellular shades have innovative honeycomb shaped cells that trap air within their pockets, which in turn provides an outstanding layer of insulation. Cellular shades have the highest energy efficiency value, making them one of the best energy saving choices for home window treatments! These shades are built with extra soft fabric to keep the temperature in your home stable. Cellular shades come in a wide range of fabrics and colors, and are available for nearly every budget.

 Side view of a modern kitchen with white furniture.
Solar Shades

If you are looking for insulating window treatments that don’t block your view of the outdoors, then solar shades are perfect for you. Unlike most window treatments, solar shades act as a barrier between your home and harmful UV rays, while still allowing you an outside view. Here in Hoboken, harsh summer can seriously heat up your home, but solar shades can help!

Grey Roman shades and a pink curtain on big sliding glass doors.
Roman Shades

Roman shades not only add style and depth to your home, due to the fused elegance of draperies and window shades, but they also help save on energy costs with insulating features. The window shades come in many fold options — like balloon, cascading, teardrop, and relaxed styles— which means you’ll find the best fit for your home. They are made of a versatile and functional insulating material helping control light and privacy in addition to keeping in warm air during the winter and cold air during the summer.

Drapes framing a window.

Drapery adds an extra layer of insulation on top of your choice of blinds or shades. They add a beautiful and sleek look and are available in a variety of styles, textures, colors, and fabrics. When combined with blinds or shades, you are able to create the perfect look on the inside of your home while efficiently keeping temperatures at your desired level. Thicker, medium-colored fabric that reaches the floor will work the best for maintaining your home’s temperature.

Whether you have something specific in mind already or want a professional recommendation, we would love to help! With over 20 years of experience, our window treatment technicians have a knack for evaluating your individual needs and recommending the perfect solution. Get in touch with our team today!