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Energy Efficient Shades, Blinds & Window Treatments

Our Favorite Insulating Blinds

These insulating blinds and shades can reduce your home's heat gain/loss by up to 40% and save you money year-round on your energy bill. Boost your efficiency by adding an optional thermal liner or find a shade with the right opacity to fit your lighting needs.

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customer reviews for energy efficient

5 stars

"Excellent, if a little noisy..."

By Greg from WA

I bought two of these and the Neo Home Automation unit to connect to my existing HA system. Install was very simple, they fit perfectly into the opening. I took the solar option and mounted those with brackets not adhesive. Only two complaints, and they are minor. The motors are quite noisy. The wiring between motor and solar was too long and not easy to adjust or shorten as it comes with connectors. I would have preferred a shorter wire option so I didn't end up with a loop of wire to pin somewhere.

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5 stars

"Good blinds... GREAT customer service!"

By C5H8NNaO4 from Cincinnati Ohio

I got these blinds was able to install them. Fairly straight forward installation. On one of the first days unfortunately one of the lines that draws the blinds up and down broke. I called the company and spoke with Melissa Whitman. She promptly had a new set sent out and provided a shipping label to send the broken blinds back. This is the type of experience that could have gone either way, and blindsgalore really made it a point to give me the best experience they could. Bravo. Lastly, if you do get these blinds, I think it is important to set the limits yourself, I suspect the first ones broke because of the default limits that came initially. Food for thought.

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