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3 Best Window Shade Types for Living in a Sunny State

Last updated 7 years ago


If the sun is brutal in your town, then you need window shades that will give you the power to block out the light. Consider these window shades for your home so you can enjoy natural light at your own convenience:



Eco-friendly shades

Eco-friendly shades and shutters can regulate the temperature in your home even when the blazing sun is trying to heat up your interior. Materials like energy-saving polyclad will keep your home insulated so the hot air stays outside and the cool air stays inside. Not only are you helping the environment with eco-friendly products, you are also saving yourself some money in utility bills.

Roller Shades

Roller shades let you enjoy the benefits of natural light without having to suffer from its debilitating rays. Roller shades have interior control fabrics, which protect you from the unnecessary heat and harmful rays of the sun without keeping you in pitch-black darkness. You can get rid of problems with glare, keep the interior temperature regulated, and still have a spectacular view of the outside.

Cellular Shades

If you want to leave your room bathed in a soft glow while giving yourself some privacy, then cellular shades are for you. Cellular shades have individual cells in the shapes of honeycombs, which make these window treatments fashionable and energy-efficient. You can find styles that either filter light or completely darken a room depending on your tastes. Choose from over 100 fabrics to find cellular shades that fit with any décor.


Find all of your window shades, blinds, and plantation shutters at Bay Area Vinyl Shutters. Our great selection of window treatments can make it more bearable to live in a sunny state. For more information visit our website or call (408) 263-3300.


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