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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Comfortex® Honeycomb Cellular Shades: Light Filtering

retail $104.51 $70.00 + an extra 10% off

Certified Best for Kids

Products with this label meet or exceed safety recommendations approved by the Window Covering Manufactures Association (WCMA) and have undergone rigorous third-party testing.

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  • Opaque / Blackout (1) Opaque / Blackout

    Opaque window treatments are made from fabrics or materials that block light.

  • Semi-Opaque (2) Semi-Opaque

    Although light is substantially blocked, some vague shadows may be visible.

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  • Double Cell (2) Double Cell

    Multi-cell construction provides excellent insulation

  • Single Cell (2) Single Cell

    Provides great insulation in a wide variety of pleat sizes

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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.

  • 9/16" Pleat (2) 9/16" Pleat

    .5625 inch (5/8 of an inch), are the thickness of a deck of cards and equivalent to 21 pleats per foot.

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  • Comfortex (1) Comfortex

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

  • Levolor (2) Levolor

    Levolor, one of the most recognized names in custom blinds and shades, has set the standard in window fashion, design innovation and product quality since 1914.

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  • Child Safe (1) Child Safe

    Blindsgalore offers a wide variety of window treatment options that improve child safety.

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  • Accordia™ (2) Accordia™

    Choose from a great selection of Levolor's Accordia line of energy efficient cellular shades, available in single and double cell.

customer reviews for energy efficient

5 stars

"Trouble-free shades"

By Carol from MI

I love your company! I have had nothing but problems with Hunter Douglas blinds. And I spent a fortune on them. The designers/interior decorators can have them - I'm sticking with Blindsgalore.

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5 stars

"Keeping the heat out"

By Venesa from TN

We bought these for our bedroom mainly to keep the heat of the day out.  These are really keeping the temperature down

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