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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  • Solid Plain (1) Solid Plain

    Coordinate your decor with classic solids in a wide range of colors and fabrics

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  • Double Cell (1) Double Cell

    Multi-cell construction provides excellent insulation

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  • 3/8" Pleat (1) 3/8" Pleat

    .375 inch (3/8 of an inch), are the thinnest available, and equivalent to 32 pleats per foot.

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  • Privacy (1) Privacy

    Take a look at our wide selection of privacy window treatments.

  • Remote Control / Motorized (1) Remote Control / Motorized

    Take a look at our wide selection of motorized blinds and window treatments

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  • Blindsgalore (1) Blindsgalore

    Save money without sacrificing quality.  Choose from Blindsgalore's signature line of custom window treatments and coverings.

  • Comfortex (1) Comfortex

    Comfortex has developed a wide array of innovative blinds and shades to meet your needs.

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  • Horizontal (1) Horizontal

    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.

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  • Fabric (1) Fabric

    Offering a variety of natural textures, fabric is featured in a number of shades and vertical blinds.

customer reviews for energy efficient

5 stars

"Great purchase!"

By pdk from Washington

Blackout shades look great.  Easy to install.  Keeps out the sun and cold!

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5 stars

"Very Pleased!"

By bamafan from Nashville

We are VERY pleased with our Blinds purchase.  They look wonderful.

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