Save Twice With Window Covers & Lower Cooling Bills
Acquiring ambient light control and energy efficiency into your home does not need to be needlessly expensive. This is especially the case if you are thinking of bringing a new interior design to your home. During the month of May, Hunter Douglas is running a promotion on their specialty window covers. Here’s some reasons why you should seriously consider them before summer arrives.
Throughout Palm Springs area, summers are lively and often full of activity. Yet, all the extra fanfare (like neighbor parties and barbeques) usually results in less privacy and higher sun exposure. These are perfect reasons why you should consider having window covers installed for your Palm Springs home before summer arrives. Summer sunlight is warm and welcoming but prolonged exposure is harmful to furnishings. Good window covers protects fabrics and interior decor from premature fading and deterioration. They also change the mood of the room by controlling the amount of light that enters. This also enables the efficient use of ambient light, but we’ll discuss that next.
Window Cover Energy Efficiency
Did you know that nearly 50% of a home’s cooling costs are often lost through windows? This is because solar energy enters into windows and is transferred into heat. Why not select window covers that are specifically designed to limit the amount of solar energy that enter windows and become heat? Hunter Douglas has an array of window cover styles, colors and designs to choose from.
Have you ever worked with an interior designer for your windows? We’ve helped an array of clients to maximize their windows ability to add to their decor, privacy, and lower energy cost. Again, May presents a perfect opportunity to get your home summer ready. If you need help with acquiring Hunter Douglas’s promotion or would like more information to get your interior design plan of the ground, contact us.
Paper Doll Interiors have a great selection of blinds, shades and other window treatments. We serve Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Thousand Palms, Palm Desert, Bermuda Dunes, La Quinta, Indio and Rancho Mirage