Install An Awning & Save On Energy Costs

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Here are a few tips on how you can cut on your home energy expenses.

Install an awning

An awning is not only good at adding beauty to the house’s exterior, but it can also help in regulating the interior temperature. Awnings prevent heat from entering and cool air from leaving, thus they will help cut down air conditioning expenses.

They will also increase the efficiency of your air conditioning system.

Install exterior retractable solar screens

Retractable solar screens usually block up to 97 percent of the sun’s heat from entering your house. The solar shading solutions have been found to be more efficient than most interior mounted shades.

This is because the former reduces cooing costs by about 40 percent. They are also effective in preventing your indoor furnishes from fading.

Install interior shades

Having an interior shade in your home is a great way of reducing your home’s energy costs. Interior shades can decrease the interior temperature by about 20 degrees Fahrenheit. They can also prevent up to 99 percent of ultraviolet sun rays from entering your house.

These three installations will go a long way in ensuring you save some extra bucks for other uses. Why spend while you can save? Talk to a professional for advice on any of the listed installations or even others.

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Retractable awnings are a great way to protect yourself from the harsh kiwi sun. The covering attaches to an exterior wall of your home or building to provide shade and reduce the amount of light filtering in.

You’ll be surprised how many places retractable awnings can be used in. You can place them above windows and doors or use them to cover a courtyard area. They can be attached to walls, ceilings or under eves.

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