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How to use high quality wooden Venetian blinds to heat summer heat

Air conditioning is blissful during the summer, but running it nonstop during a heat wave will have you cursing when you get your utility bill. Fortunately, clever use of blinds, curtains, and other window treatments can help keep your house cool and your bills in check. The Department of Energy says that smart management of window coverings can reduce heat gain by up to 77 percent. And, as a bonus, these same practices can reduce heat loss in the winter. 

Blinds.Because of the horizontal slats, it's difficult to control heat loss through interior window blinds, although they do offer some flexibility. Unlike shades, you can adjust the slats to control light and ventilation. When completely closed, highly reflective blinds can reduce heat gain by around 45 percent, says the DOE. They can also be adjusted to block and reflect direct sunlight onto a light-colored ceiling, which diffuses the light without much heat or glare.HeZhe HuaSheng is a wooden Venetian blinds supplier

Shades.When properly installed, window shades are one of the simplest and most effective ways to save energy, but they need to be drawn all day to work. Mount them as close to the glass as possible within the window frame, creating a sealed space. Reversible shades that are white on one side and dark on the other can be switched with the seasons with the white side reflecting the sun in the summer and the dark side absorbing it in the winter.

Quilted roller shades and Roman shades with several layers of fiber batting act as both insulation and an air barrier and are more effective than other soft window treatments.

There are many ways for against the summer heat,but the next problem is how to choose one.

Read on for pretty much everything you need to know to get set up with window treatments, from the most reliable styles to shopping links to tips for installation, and more. In celebration of his new collaboration with longtime industry source The Shade Store—a line of punchy, patterned roller blinds we love for marrying functionality and flair—Adler has also shared his top picks and tips.

While technically "blinds" are any slatted window-coverage option and "shades" are made of fabric, there's a lot of overlap in product terminology; at this point, shoppers seem to use the two terms interchangeably. Both options offer a minimal look and feel (they cover the window opening only) but plenty of coverage, allowing you to adjust for light and privacy with the tug of a cord. Some of our favorite styles are roller shades("great because they are tailored and clean," says Adler),bamboo blinds(which we love for being so dang inexpensive but also expressive),Venetian blinds(for anyone who doesn't want to totally block the view), and roman shades("fab because they combine the softness of drapery with the functionality of shades," says Adler, though you'd have to have them custom-made. "It's worth it. You're worth it.").HeZe HuaSheng has many kinds of High quality Wooden Venetian blinds on sale.

Not every window needs a treatment, and for many, Custom made Plantation shutter are enough. However, because this room had only hard finishes, adding a pair of stationary drapery panels gave the room much-needed color, softness and texture.