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Our staff of design professionals will arrange for a free in-home design consultation to review various window treatment options that will coordinate and compliment the style and decor of your home.
If you are ready to begin the process of designing your perfect window treatment project, please call us today or fill our free quote form and a member of our staff will respond as soon as possible.
Every year, Winter Park, Florida, experiences an average of 238 sunny days, with July being the hottest. The average temperature during Winter Park’s summer high is 92.0°F, and that’s quite hot. With all that light, it can get pretty expensive trying to cool down your home, especially if you have regular blind materials.
Regular blinds allow at least 20% of the sun’s UV rays and heat to enter your home, making it quite uncomfortable, especially during the hot summer. But with solar shades, you can let all the Winter Park, Florida sunshine into your house without worrying about your energy costs. So, here’s everything you need to know about solar shades.
What are Solar Shades?
When it comes to the latest advancement in window blind technology, solar shades are at the top of the list. These shades are made using a tightly woven fabric that helps block out most of the sun’s rays while still enabling you to see through your window. The tightly woven fabric also protects your home’s interior by absorbing or reflecting the sun’s rays.
This feature prevents your furniture from fading, saves you money, and protects your screens from glare. Like any other window blind, solar shades come in a wide variety of fabric styles and colors. However, these fabrics fall into only three categories:
These are fabrics that provide excellent glare control through absorption of the UV rays. This absorption blocks out 94%-96% of the sun’s rays enabling it to still provide ideal light while still protecting your home from the sun’s glare. Its absorption capabilities help keep your home warm, especially during the winter.
These are solar shade fabrics designed to outperform light, especially if you desire excellent glare control, heat control, an exterior view, and UV protection.
These types of solar shade fabrics are a perfect option for heat management, as they reflect the sun rays. They also allow more visible light into the room, unlike the other fabrics. They also block out 80-90% of sunlight, making them an excellent option for areas in your home or office where a brighter ambiance is desired.
Other aspects of solar shade you should know about include:
- Solar Shades are See Through. The view you get from solar shades depends on the fabric’s openness percentage. The lower the openness percentage, the less you can see through the solar shade. It also means that they allow less light into the house as well.
- Unlike other window blinds, cleaning solar shades is relatively easy. All you need is a brush attachment on your vacuum hose that helps to dust them lightly. For grime and dust, you can use mild dish soap and a soft cloth. However, never submerge the shades into the water as this can damage their mechanism.
Whether you’re looking to add style to your home or reduce glare, solar shades are the new in-thing when it comes to window treatment options. If you want to learn more, Blinds By Design is here to answer all your questions.
Blinds By Design is committed to offering the best custom window solutions for the customers. That’s why our product range is one of the widest in the market. We have window blinds to please every client’s needs, desires, and budget. Here are just some of the other window blinds and shades you can get by us:
Buy Beautiful Solar Shades for Your Windows
Blinds By Design has a solid reputation for providing top-tier window treatments. You can shop with us for quality temperature controlling cellular shades in Florida. Our cellular shades come in great color choices and styles. Homeowners love cellular shades for not just their insulation, light filtration properties, and energy efficiency but also their ability to spice up the visual appeal of their homes.