An elegant living room with two couches facing each other has four windows with light-filtering cellular shades that are open at the top and paired with drapery

Energy-Efficient Blinds & Shades

Why choose energy-efficient window treatments?

Roller shades in a contemporary kitchen and adjoining dining area
Save money on your energy bills
Maintain a more consistent temperature in your home
Protect UV sensitive floors and furniture from harmful ultraviolet rays

Our most energy-efficient window treatments:

Cellular Shades, Solar Shades, Roman Shades, Drapery, and Shutters

The cutting-edge fabrics that comprise our Cellular and Solar Shades are specifically designed to keep your home warm or cool during the winter and summer.  Cellular shades, also known as honeycomb shades, are made with air pockets that capture air and prevent it from entering or escaping your home, making them great insulators. Solar Shades, with their revolutionary line of fabrics, reduce heat from direct sunlight, provide UV protection and block harsh sun glare all while preserving your beautiful view. 

Blackout fabrics will help to keep the heat out of your home, in addition to blocking light.  Blinds To Go offers Drapery with blackout lining which greatly reduces the amount of heat transferred via your windows.  In much the same way, Roman Shades employ several layers of fabric that act as a physical barrier to heat or cold, entering or leaving your home.

Our Shutters offer a secure, custom fit that ensures that they are mounted flush against the window frame, reducing the draft when closed and providing excellent insulation.

Cream-colored cellular shades flank a cozy fireplace in a contemporary living room.

Cellular Shades

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Solar shade in black for a large window in the dining room

Solar Shades

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A modern living room in cream, tan and grey colors has roman shades closed and covering windows is paired with lux cream velvet drapes

Roman Shades

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Drapery covers large windows in a contemporary living room in light beige and grey tones


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Bi-fold doors that cover a sliding glass door are pulled open revealing the door


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