Energy Efficient Shades, Blinds & Window Treatments
- Be kind to your pocketbook, lower bills
- Reduce energy needs
- Thermal picks maintain inside temps
- Absorb outside heat & cold
- Block UV rays, protect furnishings
Add energy efficiency to your home by choosing the right window coverings. An insulating window shade will quickly pay for itself by lowering your heating and cooling bills. Cellular shades are the best insulator with year-round efficiency, and shutters are also a great choice. Roman shades and custom drapery with thermal lining also provide good insulation. Remember that shades must be closed to provide insulation, so choose a fabric opacity that fits your lighting needs. Solar screen shades provide view-through and summertime efficiency but should be paired with another treatment for nighttime privacy and winter insulation.
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Day / Night (1)
For windows where you need light sometimes and complete privacy and light blocking other times, day/night cellular shades are the perfect solution. By combining two shades in one, you can adjust the shade to a wide array of positions.
Opaque / Blackout (4)
Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.
Although light is substantially blocked, some vague shadows may be visible.
1" Slats (1)
Perfect for small windows, on French doors or where window depth is minimal
7/16" Pleat (1)
.4375 inch (7/16 of an inch), are the second thinnest available, and equivalent to about 27 pleats per foot.
1/2" Pleat (1)
.5 inch (1/2 of an inch), are small-medium, and equivalent to 24 pleats per foot.
9/16" Pleat (5)
.5625 inch (5/8 of an inch), are the thickness of a deck of cards and equivalent to 21 pleats per foot.
Blackout blinds and shades can eliminate glare on TVs and monitors, make sleeping easier or simply used to darken a room.
Cordless lift option easily raises and lowers the blind or shade for convenient and safe operation
Cordless Top Down/Bottom Up (4)
Cordless top down bottom up shades allows you to lower the shade from the top, raise it from the bottom, or both.
Easy Cleaning (2)
Take a look at our wide selection of privacy window treatments.
Remote Control / Motorized (1)
Take a look at our wide selection of motorized blinds and window treatments
Top Down/Bottom Up (4)
Top down bottom up is ultimate privacy and light control option - raise the shade from the bottom, the top, or both
Horizontal blinds and shades operate up and down instead of side to side. These types of blinds work well on nearly all windows except sliding doors.
Horizontal Blinds (1)
Horizontal blinds are any blinds that have horizontal slats that can be rotated open or closed blinds, faux wood blinds and aluminum or mini blinds.
Arched Windows (2)
Stationary shades for insulation. Several room darkening options.
Take a look at all of our blinds and shades for hard-to-reach windows
Large Windows (3)
Take a look at our entire selection of window treatments for your large windows
Top picks for tight spaces. Maintain your privacy.
Child Safe (1)
Blindsgalore offers a wide variety of window treatment options that improve child safety.
customer reviews for energy efficient
By Lin Loves Levelor from Lancaster
Ordered these because I already love Levolor....we have them in several windows in the house. We tried the room darkening this time and they are amazing--really darken!!! The color is just as shown on the sample and matches the room perfectly. I will order Levelor again.View this product
By Lin Loves Levelor from Lancaster