New honeycomb window blinds help cut heat loss

 New honeycomb window blinds help cut heat loss

Window blinds with a double-layered honeycomb design helps block airflow through windows, acting as a thermal insulation barrier and locking in warmth.

LEVOLOR, a maker of custom window fashions, debuted the new Double Cell Cordless Cellular Shades. These new stock cellular shades feature "double cell" technology, a unique design that features two layers of cells, providing additional home insulation and helping to reduce energy bills by up to 12 percent.

"The Double Cell construction provides greater energy efficiency in homes, especially during the colder months, ultimately leading to energy savings," said Jeremy Nyboer, senior brand manager for LEVOLOR.

New LEVOLOR Double Cell Cordless Cellular Shades are designed with high-quality fabrics that are soft, durable, and easy to clean. This new window treatment also features cordless control, an innovative lift system that raises or lowers blinds by lifting or lowering the bottom bar, ultimately acting as a safer alternative for homes with children and pets. In addition, the Sand and Snow light filtering color options provide a sleek and elegant look that coordinates well and delivers both warmth and beauty to any home.

These new stock cellular shades can be custom-cut in Lowe's Home Improvement Stores** for free, ensuring perfect fit and better light control and privacy. Best of all, they can be taken home the same day – ideal for weekend home renovation projects or the next family gathering.

Available exclusively at select Lowe's Home Improvement Stores beginning December 2015, LEVOLOR Double Cell Cordless Cellular Shades offer the benefits of a custom shade, but at a fraction of the cost.

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Topics: Building Green, Going Green, Indoor Air Quality, Interior Design, Windows


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