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Thermal Curtains

Thermal curtains are designed to help you save on your energy bills, by keeping your home warm and insulated during the cold winter months. People who live in very cold climates usually install thermal curtains in their homes in order to keep it insulated against the harsh elements of those cold weather conditions.

Windows are the main source for heat loss in your home, because glass is not very good at retaining heat in the home. Ordinary curtains provide very little insulation against the cold outside air, but thermal curtains can drastically increase the insulation in your home because it is designed to retain more heat.

Thermal curtains are more effective in keeping your house insulated because they use thermodynamics which keeps heat locked in. These curtains use insulating material which forms a barrier which is designed to block cold air from seeping into your home. There are quite a variety of thermal curtain available and they come in different sizes, colors and styles.

Although they may be a bit more expensive that your conventional curtains the amount of money they will be saving you in heating bills would be well worth the price. There are many online stores that sell these thermal curtains, so there is no need for you to jump in that car and go looking for these curtains, all you need do is sit in front of your computer and start look for stores in your area that sell these types of curtains and you can also get insulated draperies if you prefer.

These curtains have a foam thermal backing to help keep the heat in and the cold out and they are machine washable, and can be tumble dried on a low heat. They are very easy to install no need for special rods; you can use any conventional curtain rod.

There are many different styles to choose from and most of them come with accompanying valances to give that added elegance, and are available in a variety of colors.

 

 
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