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Bare windows are one of the major causes for energy loss in your home. Especially in a country like Australia where hot summers are the norm, leaving the windows uncovered causes severe energy loss and in turn leading to massive energy bills. Effective energy saving window treatments will go a long way in reducing the wastage of valuable resources. One such treatment is the use of roller blinds on the window. Roller blinds are a great way to dress up the windows in your home while also keeping energy consumption and emissions to a minimum.

The construction industry is moving towards green building technology which involves making the best use of the natural environment to create energy savings. Energy saving window treatments is one way to reduce your heating and cooling costs. Installing roller blinds with solar protective coating keeps the room cooler reducing energy consumption.

Like they say, prevention is better than cure, so also preventing the hot Australian sun rays from entering your home or building cuts your energy consumption by half. Your first line of defence from the sun's rays is to put up external shading like awnings on your windows and doors. Roller blinds are the next layer of protective covering for your home.

Different types of roller blinds are available giving different levels of protection form the harsh sun rays. Aluminium blinds provide the best insulation from heat and noise. They serve as storm protection and security while also preventing harmful ultra violet rays from entering your home or building.

Fabric roller blinds are a cost effective option for energy efficient window treatments. The continuous fabric panels against the window panes prevents the sunlight from seeping through, keeping the house cool even in the summer, reducing your air-conditioning bills. Depending on the fabric used for Online Timber Venetian Blinds, you can control the light and heat coming into the room.

Open weave fabric allows a certain amount of light into the room but also gives you a fair amount of privacy while translucent material will keep the room bright yet prevent the glare and heat. With roller blinds your home remains cool and well-lighted during the day sreducing energy consumption.

Apollo Blinds is a reputed supplier of window treatments in Australia. Visit http://apolloblinds.com.au for more information on roller blinds as energy savers in your home. There are several types of fabrics and materials to choose from so check out the varieties available. Apollo Blinds supplies blinds, Custom Panel Glide Blinds and shutters including Roman blinds, Venetian Blinds, plantation shutters, timber and aluminium shutters, awnings and curtains in a variety of fabric styles and colours.

Get an obligation free measure and quote, advice and quick delivery from Apollo Blinds. Known for their prompt and efficient service, Apollo Blinds is the best choice if you want to install window treatments at a cost effective rate.

A Stylish look and feel is a big part of what makes your house a home. At Apollo we are experts in combining real craftsmanship with the precision of modern technology, to create the solutions you would like for living, working or exterior spaces.

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Apollo Blinds since 1988 specialises in custom made, affordable quality blinds, awnings and shutters for commercial and domestic. Visit Here For More Information : http://apolloblinds.com.au/
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