If you want to reduce toxins in your home and live a more eco-friendly life, start with your window treatments. Clean Techies Blog lists popular options in eco-friendly shades, blinds, curtains, and drapes. This article highlights practical tips for how to purchase, install, and use these different window treatments to maximize energy efficiency, save money and reduce your environmental footprint too. For example, the author of this post explains: Cellular and Roman shades should hug the window frame, but not touch the panes. This creates a pocket of air between the window and its covering that can act as a sort of buffer between interior and exterior temperature differences.
You don’t have to give up aesthetics to go green when decorating your windows either! Find out more at: A Greener Outlook: Eco-Friendly Window Treatments