You can keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter with the help of Honeycomb Blinds because of how well they insulate the windows. Honeycomb Blinds are a common alternative to traditional draperies when it comes time to update your window coverings. Here you’ll find a brief design guide that covers all the basics of Honeycomb Blinds and some helpful hints for adapting them to your own needs and preferences at home.
-Pluses And Advantages Of Honeycomb Blinds-
-Excellent sound absorption capabilities aiding in dampening sounds from outside the home -Wide selection of models and mounting choices to suit a variety of window and door types -Superior energy efficient properties with a cellular structure that traps air and forms a barrier between inside and out
-Provides UV protection for flooring and furnishings
–Compact stack height for unimpeded sightlines and easy handling.
One of the most adaptable methods for covering a window, Honeycomb Blinds come in a wide range of styles and colours, all of which feature a distinctive cellular structure.
Honeycomb Blinds are a common option for houses due to the wide variety of styles available, all of which may be tailored to the individual’s specific requirements and preferences.
Corded Honeycomb Blinds are a lightweight and simple type of blind. Standard bottom-up, top-down, day-night, and cordloop configurations of corded Honeycomb blinds are all available. There are many uses and benefits to choosing either model. The cords on all variations of the Corded Honeycomb Blind come with either a safety guide or a cleat to keep them out of the reach of curious hands and paws.
Because they don’t utilise any dangling cords to work, cordless Honeycomb blinds are another popular option for households with children and pets. Standard Bottom Up, Top Down Bottom Up, Day Night, SmartFit, Top Down Bottom Up, and Skylight are all available styles of Cordless Honeycomb Blinds that are operated by little handles attached to the rails.
Vertical Honeycomb Blinds, Are the optimal covering for wide windows and sliding glass doors. Vertical Honeycomb Blinds are available in several various stack configurations (left stack, right stack, or centre opening) and glide on a track at the top of the blind using a handle that attaches to the movable rail.
Fabrics for Honeycomb Blinds-
There’s a Filter on the Filter Honeycomb Blind fabric that combines the benefits of insulation with those of privacy. Day or night, the Light Filter fabric maintains complete privacy while allowing in soft, natural light. Single-cell 25mm and 45mm, as well as double-cell 45mm, are all available in the Light Filter fabric.
If you want total darkness and seclusion, Honeycomb blinds are your best bet. If you’re looking for a quality insulating option, Blockout Honeycomb Blinds are the best option for you. There is a foil lining inside the cells of the Blockout fabric, which acts as a barrier between the inside and the outside. Single-cell 25mm and 45mm widths, as well as double-cell 45mm widths, are all available in the Blockout fabric.
When it comes to Day Night Honeycomb Blinds, the ‘Day’ fabric is typically made out of our Sheer Honeycomb Blind fabric, which is available in single cells measuring either 25mm or 45mm. The Sheer material blocks the sun’s rays whilst shielding your floors and furniture from damage. You get the best of both worlds in terms of light and privacy management with this brilliant solution when combined with a Blockout cloth.
Here’s the lowdown on what you must know about Honeycomb Blinds;
Due to its distinct cellular structure, Honeycomb Blinds may effectively block both summertime solar heat gain and wintertime heat loss. This can cut your heating and cooling needs significantly, saving you up to 34% a year on your energy expenses, and make your home more pleasant all year round.
A Cleaner’s Guide for Maintenance-
The steps involved in cleaning Honeycomb Blinds are straightforward, and we’ve included some helpful hints for you below.
It’s been found that keeping Honeycomb Blinds dusted on a regular basis can significantly increase their lifespan. Cleaning from top to bottom, left to right, with a feather duster, microfiber cloth, or the soft brush head of the vacuum is a breeze. The fabric needs to be in the down position so that the inside of the cells and the outside can be cleaned. To remove dust and debris from inside the cells, simply run the vacuum’s gentle brush head down both sides of the blind.
The first thing you should do if there is a stain on your Honeycomb Blind fabric is to dab at it with a moist cloth. If it doesn’t work, try dabbing the stain with a solution of mild dishwashing liquid and warm water. Fabric discolouration in blinds can be avoided by not using strong chemicals like bleach.
Types of Honeycomb Blinds-
The Honeycomb-like shape of the blind cell is what gives Honeycomb Blinds (also called Cellular Blinds) their name. The highly insulating window treatment not only provides a contemporary aesthetic to a room but also has significant positive effects on the home’s heating and cooling systems. By trapping air between its cells, the Honeycomb Blind acts as a thermal insulator and is soundproofed. It’s an easy way to reduce your heating and cooling costs by adding a layer of insulation to your windows and keeping the heat in during the winter and the cool air in during the summer. For this reason, they can survive both New Zealand’s scorching summers and freezing winters with ease.
Honeycomb Blinds are not only useful for their ability to block the sun and keep the house at a comfortable temperature, but also for the sound they absorb, which can be helpful in homes with hard flooring or other sources of external noise. With so many styles to choose from, Honeycomb Blinds are a great option. As a result, you may find a solution for practically any style of window or door commonly seen in New Zealand dwellings. Honeycomb Blinds come in a variety of cell sizes and fabric transparencies, so it’s important to familiarise yourself with both before we go into the various models and how they might fit into your home.