Glare and over heated rooms can be prevented with the right window shade. We provide tailor-made solutions that are not only practical but also beautiful. In addition, productivity and the working environment will also improve.
Is there a need to obscure a room, e.g. auditoriums or lecture rooms? Or are you are looking for a solution that help stimulate sleep environment within the hospital and healthcare sectors? Our functional black out and dim out solutions such as Luxaflex® Roller Blinds, Vertical Blinds and Duette® Shades, are suitable for these environments.
Taking care of the daylight
Our window shades improve thermal as well as visual comfort at the same time. They make natural daylight – without doubt the most preferred source of light – coming to its optimum use. Controlling this topic, is one of the cornerstones for an energy efficient and sustainable building. Our window shades prevent unnecessary cooling expenses, allow solar heat in the winter and make full use of the natural light. Suitable Luxaflex® products are Roller Blinds, Pleated Blinds and Vertical Blinds.
Functional and efficient window blinds provides great benefits in terms of energy, but we also know that access to natural daylight is crucial to create a healthy indoor environment."
3 important ways to save energy with blinds:
During the winter months the heat escape through the windows, while the heat flows through the same windows during the summer months. With insulating window blinds you can reduce energy loss, save heating and cooling costs and create a more comfortable working atmosphere.
2. Solar heat regulation
The solar energy is useful in heating your building in the winter, but can lead to unpleasantly high temperatures in the summer. Luxaflex® window blinds helps control solar heat by letting it in during the winter and keeping it out as much as possible in the summer. An additional advantage is a lower energy cost.
Daylight is a way to illuminate rooms with natural light instead of artificial light. Our window blinds reduce the need for artificial light by letting natural daylight into a room. Less energy is therefor used.
Our most energy efficient tips:
Make sure your windows and doors are resistant to weather.
Keep windows closed when heating or air conditioning is switched on.
Open your window blinds on sunny winter days to let solar heat in for free, and close them at night to keep the heat inside.
Close your window blinds during hot summer days to keep the heat out.