Curtains. Tuesday , October 18th , 2016 - 18:00:36 PM
If you think using tinted windows or window films can protect your home from the sun's heat and glare, think again! Tinted glass or window films do not stop the sun's rays from reaching the glass, and once the rays come in contact with the glass, they immediately start radiating heat inside the house. This makes tinted glass or window films totally ineffective against heat and light. The only solution is to use solar window screens. These screens use a specially created screen mesh that deflects most of the sun's high-energy UV rays before they even reach the windowpane. Some of the heat is also absorbed by the screen, while a large extent of it is dissipated to the surrounding atmosphere outside the window. Thus, these windows cut down the heat and sun-rays entering the house or building.
Before putting it up, you may treat it in any way you like. You may stain it, or paint any color of your choice over it to match the decor as well as the curtains you are going to use. Don't go way off track in terms of painting, else it will steal the natural element of the rod.
Window treatments originally were made simply for functionality. Their function was to provide a necessary barrier against the elements in both the hot months of the summer and the cold of the winter. With today's modern insulated windows the original functionality of these is not really needed but they are still used for the purpose of aesthetics. Window treatments help to bring together the theme of a room.
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