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How to Be Energy Efficient with Your Window Treatments


Without energy efficient window treatments, your home could lose as much as 50% of its heating and cooling energy through its windows. Even if your window treatments are not designed to be energy efficient, just the fact that you have them on your windows helps insulate your home.

Back in the 70's, honeycomb shades were invented in response to the energy crisis and as a way to help homeowners take advantage of the energy savings window treatments can provide. Honeycomb or cellular shades are designed to trap warm air in summer and cold air in the winter, keeping you home cooler or warmer. Energy efficient window treatments, like honeycomb shades, work 24/7 to lower your energy bills and make your home more comfortable.

5 Tips for Saving Energy in your Home with Your Windows

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  1. Ensure your windows and doors are properly weather-stripped.
  2. Close your window coverings during summer days to keep the heat out.
  3. Caulk around basement and storm windows.
  4. Open your window coverings during sunny winter days to catch free solar heat then close them at night to keep that heat in.
  5. When heating or cooling, keep windows locked.

Cellular Shades for Energy Efficiency

At Gotcha Covered, we can help you find the perfect cellular shade to reduce your energy costs and keep your home a comfortable temperature. We have a large selection of cellular shades, and our knowledgeable consultants can guide you through the entire selection process from design to completion.

Now that you know the benefits of energy efficient window treatments, it's time to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation. Your Gotcha Covered consultant will meet with you to learn about your style and budget needs, then guide you in selecting the cellular shades right for you.

Ready to Get Started?

Give us a call at (888) 650-6187 to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation with your local Gotcha Covered.

Photo of female employeeAbout the Author: Brooke Carr, Gotcha Covered

Brooke joined the Gotcha Covered family in 2018 as the Social Media Coordinator. She works closely with our corporate teams and our Gotcha Covered franchisees to develop insightful and helpful content for our brand.

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