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Window Treatment Ideas to Keep Your Home Cool In Summer

It may be winters in Delhi but a major part of India is still facing hot weather conditions. Check out 5 easy ways to keep your room cool.

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Window Treatment Ideas to Keep Your Home Cool In Summer

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  2. Blinds allow the homeowner to regulate how much air and light to let in. By using light-colored blinds, you can block out and reflect a lot of the incoming heat. Although blinds don’t provide any insulating properties, lowered reflective blinds can reduce solar heat gain by about 45 per cent It’s also imperative you keep your blinds closed throughout the day for it to be the most effective BLINDS

  3. By covering your windows with reflective films, you can successfully deflect direct sunlight and works best in hot climates. These films allow you to let the light in and keep the heat and damage out while also providing an economical way to maintain privacy, reduce glare, and minimize energy bills. REFLECTIVE WINDOW FILMS

  4. Window shades provide a simple yet highly effective way to keep the heat out. They not only help in reducing solar heat gain but also provide an additional layer of insulation required to ward off the hot summer sun. Solar shades and Cellular honeycomb shades, in particular, have an outstanding sound absorption material which also helps in keeping your rooms quieter and more comfortable SHADES

  5. Awnings come in a variety of materials and having an awning installed outside your window can help drastically reduce the amount of heat passing through, to the inside of a room. Awnings help your space from being overly exposed to heat, glare and harsh weather conditions thus helping you save significantly on energy consumption and energy bills. AWNINGS

  6. On windows that get direct sunlight, the best thing is to keep your curtains and draperies closed as they effectively provide an extra barrier to radiant heat loss, while also adding insulation and reducing draughts. Curtains, especially light colored ones, can cut direct solar heat gain by nearly 33 per cent while also helping reduce heat transfer between the indoors and outdoors by up to 25 per cent. CURTAINS AND DRAPES

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