What type of curtain to insulate?

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There are many curtain options to improve the insulation of your house or apartment. Whether you're looking to maintain heat in the winter or block the sun's heat in the summer, there's a curtain to suit your needs. But how do you know which type of curtain to choose?

Thermal Polyester Curtains

Polyester curtains have a dense texture that allows them to insulate windows well, preventing heat from escaping during the winter and blocking outside heat during the summer. These curtains are also easy to maintain and durable, making them an economical choice for those looking to improve the insulation of their home whilst adding a touch of style to their interior decor. By choosing polyester curtains for your home, you can improve your energy efficiency and reduce your energy consumption, while enjoying a comfortable and welcoming ambiance in your home.

Velvet Curtains to insulate

Velvet curtains can help reduce heat loss through windows during colder months, creating an insulating barrier between your home and the outdoors. Additionally, velvet is also a draft-blocking material, making it even more effective in maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home. Velvet curtains are also ideal for blocking light and reducing outside noise, making them a popular choice for bedrooms and living spaces where privacy and tranquility are important. By adding velvet curtains to your home, you can create a comfortable and stylish ambiance while improving your home's energy efficiency and reducing heating and cooling costs.

Add our Thermal Lining Curtains Deco®

Another option to improve the thermal insulation of your curtains is to add a thermal insulating liner sewn to the back of the curtain .

This liner is designed to block heat from the sun in summer and retain heat in winter. It is often made from materials such as wool or polyester, which are naturally insulating. In addition to protecting your home or apartment from heat and cold, this liner can also add a layer of protection against noise and light .

To make the most of the thermal insulation of this lining, it is important to choose a curtain that is thick and heavy enough to completely cover the window. You can also opt for eyelet curtains that are easy to attach and remove, allowing you to remove them when you don't want to take advantage of their thermal insulation.


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