Blinds Chalet - Weatherize and Save

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Blinds Chalet says weatherize with energy efficient Roman shades in the cooler months to come and see savings this winter.

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A small investment now will lead to savings for years down the road.

With fall around the corner, temperatures will begin to drop. Now is the time to look ahead, weatherize and insulate against winter in order to save on heating bills. On average, weatherization reduces heating bills by 32% and overall energy bills by about $350 per year at current prices according to the US Department of Energy.

The most common area for heat to escape is through windows. By replacing windows with double pane windows and using insulating blinds, hundreds of dollars a year can be saved both in winter and summer.

"Comfortex Fusion Textured Linen Roman Shades and Comfortex Fusion Suede Roman Shades are among some of the energy efficient window shades that rank well across the board for energy savings, recyclable materials and earth friendly manufacturing," says Ron Manwaring of Blinds Chalet. "A small investment now will lead to savings for years down the road."

Fusion roman shades are two window treatments in one. Specially designed with a cellular shade liner, Fusion roman shades add a layer of energy efficient insulation. Fusion fabric roman shades, created with a flat panel design, provide a luxurious eye-catching cascade shade.

  • Fusion insulating roman panel shades offer the insulating benefits of a cellular shade with the beauty of a fabric roman shade.
  • Horizontal fabric panels hang smoothly over a pleated cellular liner and when raised, the panels nest neatly behind one another.
  • A pleated cellular shade is used as a liner, hiding the cords, and providing superior insulation.

For More Information:
For more information on Blinds Chalet or current trends in the Window Treatment industry, contact Ron Manwaring by phone at: 1-888-633-7840 or 480-633-7840 or email at info(at)blindschalet(dot)com. Visit Blinds Chalet on-line at


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