Save On Energy Costs With Honeycomb Shades From Hunter Douglas or Graber
Duette® Honeycomb Shades are cellular shades that are engineered to provide beautiful and efficient energy savings for STL area homes during hot and cold weather seasons.
Here are 5 tips to save on energy costs this winter (Via HunterDouglas.com)
Ensure your windows and doors are properly weather-stripped.
Caulk around basement and storm windows.
When heating or cooling, keep windows locked.
Open your window coverings during sunny winter days to catch free solar heat then close them at night to keep that heat in.
AVAILABLE IN A VARIETY OF SIZES, FABRICS, COLORS & MORE
Duette shades are available in multiple pleat sizes, fabrics, colors, opacities and textures. Additionally, the Duette Shades can be controlled by multiple operating systems and custom fit to any window covering.
DOUBLE THE HONEYCOMB, INCREASE EFFICIENCY
Duette shades are available in a single-cell design as well as the Duette Architella®- which have a honeycomb within a honeycomb. It is important to upgrade your home window treatments in St. Louis because much of your heating and cooling costs are eaten up by loss through your windows. Covering your St. Louis area home windows with efficient shades can save you hundreds of dollars throughout the year.
CUSTOM BLINDS, SHADES, SHUTTERS & MORE
The father-daughter team is a family-focused business that serves the greater St. Louis, Missouri area. At Cardinal Blinds & Shutters in St. Louis, Missouri we are the leader in service and offer a wide variety of product offerings. Whether you just moved into a new home or have that one window that needs attention, you can count on our family run business to help you through every step of your STL window treatment project.
The Cardinal Blinds & Shutters team offers commercial sales and installation as well as a blind and shade cleaning service to keep your home or commercial facility looking new. Our service area includes Ballwin, Chesterfield, Clayton, Frontenac, Kirkwood, Ladue, O’ Fallon Missouri, St. Charles, St. Louis, St. Peter’s, Town and Country, Webster Groves and Wentzville.