Sun beats hot in summers.
And…It definitely is not the summer of 69. You are not Bryan Adams. You stay cool.
Do you? Is your home a restless burning oven? If so, install exterior shade screens. The screen is made of even panels of fabric.
What do exterior screens do? They block the sun. Pull the screen and your home stays cool. They are installed in the exteriors. Now, what if you don’t install exterior screens?
• You lose on cool air.
• You have every chance of destroying the soft furniture
• Of course, you need to keep your air-conditions on. What a way to exercise heavy bills in summers.
So, here’s a list of ways to make the best of shade screens:
Escape heat: Heat travels through the windows. Even if you switch on the air-conditioners, the portion near windows remains warm. How do you tackle the problem? Block the heat before it reaches the window.
Install shades on the exterior of the window. They block the heat. Attached to the roller, they are easy in operation.
Style variants: The variants of screen differ from narrow to wide. Do you have control over the amount of light entering your room? Yes. You can adjust the angles for light control.
You escape the heat by 50% to 80%, keeping the shade slightly open for exterior vision. Does your room face the sun directly? Deploy or install dark colored fabric screens. It captures more heat and keeps the room cool.
Take into the account, the weave of the shade. Fabric with weaves that are sparse, offer less shading. The term “Low-shade factor,” is based on these accounts.
Choosing the right: Use your brains here. Get exterior shade screens according to an area. For example, dark colored shades fit the bill for your bedroom, but they might not be the optimal choice for your living room.
Your living room is the most visited area. You want it to be as cool as possible. What kind of shades should you prefer for a living room? It has a view. Shades with medium weaves would be the optimal choice.
Keep your kitchen, as bright as possible. Install ‘low-shade factor’ screens in the kitchen. Block the sun completely out for your bedroom.
Translucent shades: Night is cool but the visibility from inside to outside be almost lost. You can’t open your window at night either for privacy reasons or safety concerns. How do you overcome the issue?
Roller shades, which filter lights, are one way of doing it. The other option is to drape the windows or go for other window dressings.
Installing these screens will help you keep the sun out in summers. Keep this guide handy while purchasing screens.