Too much heat is seeping in through the customer’s windows and doors, a common complaint we get from our clients. Radiant heat and direct thermal penetration are the two primary means through which heat can enter a dwelling.

Dissipative Heat-

Think of radiant heat as the sun warming a surface like a floor or tabletop. A surface heated by sunlight streaming in via a window can function like a large radiator. Because the surface is protected from the sun’s rays (thanks to sunblock blinds), it no longer generates or radiates heat.

High Temperatures-

When it’s warm outdoors but cooler inside, heat may easily go through walls and into the home. Inasmuch as glass does not function as an effective insulator, the heat/cold from the outside is transferred into the residence through the windows and doors.

Providing the Highest Level of Thermal Protection-

With their ability to block out the sun (sunblock) and the radiant heat that comes with it Honeycomb blinds are the pinnacle of insulation. In addition to insulating your home from the elements, the cellular structure of the window and door panels also helps to prevent noise from travelling through the glass.

Since air is such a good insulator, the fabric’s cell structure takes full advantage of this property by reflecting the sun’s rays and absorbing the heat on the outer surface of the fabric, while the air within the cells prevents any warmth from penetrating the interior. With our Honeycomb blinds installed, homeowners can save as much as 38% on their heating and cooling costs.

Lots Of Honeycomb-Related Choices-

Sliding doors, Bifold doors, and huge window openings are ideal locations for the Honeycomb blinds we offer at Tasman Blinds. Blockout and Light Filter fabrics are available for your Skylight giving you control over how much light comes in and how much heat is kept out.

Our horizontal blinds come in a wide variety of styles and configurations, from the traditional bottom-up option to the innovative Dual View, which allows you to operate the blind from the top, the bottom, or both. This is a great option for the double-hung windows common in Victorian, Edwardian, and Hampton-style homes. If you’re looking for the utmost in light regulation, we also offer a Day Night blind, which is essentially two distinct textiles mixed in one blind.

Contact Tasman Blinds to arrange a fitting.

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