Roller Blinds Provide Insulation Against Rising Electricity Costs
VICTORIA, Australia January, 2012 – Electricity costs rose by an average of 10 per cent on New Year’s Day and are expected to jump another 10 per cent when the carbon tax begins on July 1*. Ben Freund, chief executive of one of Australia’s leading price comparison service company warns “we are looking at the doubling of the cost of power in five years’ time”*. www.noworriesblinds.com.au/
Rising electricity costs are forcing Australians to look for ways to reduce their consumption and Macksville NSW residents Lesley & Ian Taylor have found one way – roller blinds from No Worries Blinds. “They are attractive, they noticeably reduce the temperature inside the house and they don’t darken our living areas,” say the couple.
“Roller blinds have been found to be more efficient at reducing home heating and cooling costs than curtains and many louvered blinds, reducing heat exchange by up to 28% due to their close proximity to the glass,” reveals No Worries Blinds owner Paul Loza. He suggests, “if you seal the side edges of the roller shade, for example by using side tracks, you can reduce heat exchange by up to 45%.” www.noworriesblinds.com.au/
Roller blinds create an extra layer of still air between windows and the indoors, cutting heat transfer in both hot and cold weather to improve insulation. They block the sun in summer which helps prevent the sunlight turning into unwanted heat; and, in winter, allows sunlight to pass through when homeowners need the benefits of the sun’s rays for solar heating. Roller blinds also provide control over the amount of light allowed in to the home – so home owners can perfectly manage the mood of their home with ease.
No Worries Blinds provides affordable, easy to install roller blinds that protect homes, reduce energy consumption and provide savings for homeowners. Their ready to install roller blinds offer real electricity savings for homeowners and create a more insulated type of window around the home. www.noworriesblinds.com.au/
* Source: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/power-surge-to-price-surge-prepare-for-an-expensive-education-says-expert-20120102-1pigm.html
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- No Worries Blinds
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