Keep Your Home Warm This Winter With New Blinds

Winter is almost here, and with it comes colder temperatures and higher energy bills. One of the most effective ways to keep your home warm this winter is by investing in new blinds. In this article, we’ll explain how new blinds can help keep your home warm and comfortable during the colder months.

Insulating with Blinds

Many people don’t realise that window treatments can be a great insulator for your windows. In fact, some blinds are designed specifically for this purpose. Cellular blinds, also known as honeycomb blinds, are a popular choice for their insulating properties. The honeycomb design traps air in the cells, creating a layer of insulation that helps to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer.

Reduce Heat Loss

Heat loss is a significant problem in many Australian homes during the winter months. Older windows or those with gaps and cracks can allow heat to escape, leading to a cold and uncomfortable home. By installing new blinds, you can help to reduce heat loss through your windows. Cellular blinds are particularly effective at reducing heat loss and can save you money on your energy bills.

Choose the Right Material

When it comes to choosing the right new blinds for winter, the material you choose is essential. Heavier materials such as timber or faux wood can help to keep your home warmer by reducing drafts and heat loss. Roman blinds are another good option for winter, as they’re made from thicker fabrics that provide insulation and can help to block out cold air.

Add Layers

If you’re looking to maximise the insulation properties of your blinds, consider adding layers. Layering blinds with curtains or sheers can provide an extra layer of insulation, keeping your home even warmer. For example, a sheer curtain in front of your cellular blinds can help to trap more heat, while still allowing natural light into your home.

Customised for Your Home

At Perfect Blinds, we understand that every home is unique, and that’s why we offer a range of customised options to suit your needs. Our team of experts can help you choose the right blinds for your home and can even customise them to fit your windows perfectly. Customised blinds offer a better fit, which means less air leakage and more efficient insulation.

Contact Perfect Blinds Today

Investing in new blinds is a cost-effective and efficient way to keep your home warm this winter. With the right blinds, you can reduce heat loss, add an extra layer of insulation, and customise them to fit your home’s unique needs. Contact Perfect Blinds today to learn more about how we can help you keep your home warm and comfortable this winter.

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Perfect Blinds was founded in 1958 by Bernard and Serena Weinstein as a small, local window furnishing and blinds shop in Melbourne’s inner-city suburb of Balaclava. Through their blinds shop, the couple initially manufactured 50mm aluminium Venetian blinds, which were highly fashionable at the time, and supplied them to the local Melbourne community.

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