The attraction of cellular shades, also known as honeycomb shades, goes further than what meets the eye. Cellular shades offer a soft appearance without losing the utility of blinds and are one of the best energy efficient window products for your Colorado home, keeping the cold outdoors in winter and the heat out in summer.

Attractive and versatile, the cellular shades include options such as top-down/bottom-up (keep your view, but provides privacy), cordless (perfect for child safety), continuous cord loop, vertical (perfect for sliding glass doors), and power operation systems. Honeycomb shades are available in a diversity of constructions from single to double, and triple density. There's yet a honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb design providing the industry's optimal level of energy efficiency. In reality, these shades are so energy efficient they may lessen energy waste up to 50%.

Cellular shades are put together with materials such as Semi-Sheer, Light Filtering, Room Darkening and Blackout to suit any condition. Cellular Shades come in an ample group of colors and textures to match any decor.

For the preeminent in window insulation, important to any Colorado home owner, these shades can come with an unified side track system that seals off the gaps between honeycomb shades and windows to effect a complete insulating boundary to drafts. There is likewise a side track system to do away with any light leakage. This is excellent for media rooms and for daylight sleepers.

For the person who would rather not cover their window to hide their exquisite Colorado view, but is having no alternative to due to privacy, light control or insulating issues, Cellular shades can be completely raised so they just inhibit an exceedingly small portion of your view.

From typical windows to arches, angles, uncommon shapes, and skylights, honeycomb shades can cover any window in your Colorado house.

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Ray Bork is the owner of New View Blinds and Shutters, located in Colorado. Visit their website, http://WWW.NVBAS.COM. We offer information in addition to pictures and videos on most types of window products to assist you in your buying decision.