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Interior Vinyl Shutters, a Cost-Effective Alternative to Wood Shutters  http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2014/3/21/interior-vinyl-shutters-a-cost-effective-alternative-to-wood.html #WindowTreatments #NextDayBlinds

Tip: Regularly clean your fans, brush your pets and change your HVAC filters to prevent dust from collecting on your blinds.

We established Next Day Blinds with one simple idea: to bring you premium-quality, fully custom window coverings in days instead of weeks or months—at competitive, factory-direct prices. And you know what? Mission accomplished.

“Typically,” says Jan Van Horne of Coldwell Banker Burnet Realty in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, “a potential buyer has made up their mind ten seconds after they step in the front door.

When it comes to light control, energy efficiency, and privacy, your windows are not the only areas of your home that require your attention. Your doors also play a pretty big role, especially sliding glass doors, French doors, or doors with windows.  #WindowTreatments-...

When it comes to light control, energy efficiency, and privacy, your windows are not the only areas of your home that require your attention. Your doors also play a pretty big role, especially sliding glass doors, French doors, or doors with windows. #WindowTreatments-...

How can you ensure your living room, dining room, or any room for that matter, looks its best? You focus on cost-effective interior design or, in layman’s terms, you give that room a #makeover.  http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2014/9/15/give-your-room-a-cost-effective-makeover-with-new-window-tre.html #DIY #WindowTreatments

How can you ensure your living room, dining room, or any room for that matter, looks its best? You focus on cost-effective interior design or, in layman’s terms, you give that room a #makeover. http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2014/9/15/give-your-room-a-cost-effective-makeover-with-new-window-tre.html #DIY #WindowTreatments

Replacement windows can save homeowners as much as $465 a year when replacing single-pane windows and $111 a year over double-pane windows. Seems pretty good, right? Well, like Plato said, “A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers.”  #EnergyEfficiency #HomeImprovement

Replacement windows can save homeowners as much as $465 a year when replacing single-pane windows and $111 a year over double-pane windows. Seems pretty good, right? Well, like Plato said, “A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers.” #EnergyEfficiency #HomeImprovement

It’s summertime again. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and your energy bill is through the roof. Yikes! Did you know that during the summer, well over half of your total energy costs are associated with cooling your home? So, it’s no wonder why so many homeowners have energy efficiency on the brain - anything to reduce your heating and cooling costs. But where do you even start?   #HomeImprovement #EnergyEfficiency

Did you know that your windows play an integral role in the of your home?Most people spend more time and energy going around problems than in trying to.

Window #Cornices make any Room Extraordinary  http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2014/3/26/window-cornices-make-any-room-extraordinary.html #InteriorDesign

Window #Cornices make any Room Extraordinary http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2014/3/26/window-cornices-make-any-room-extraordinary.html #InteriorDesign

What is Solar Heat Gain and what role does it play in energy efficiency?

What is Solar Heat Gain and what role does it play in energy efficiency?

In order to maximize the efficiency of your home, you have to focus on your weaknesses, your biggest energy wasters. That’s why we recommend you start with your windows, which account for 25 to 40 percent of your annual heating and cooling costs, says the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).   Learn More: http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2015/6/25/maximizing-the-energy-efficiency-of-your-windows.html

In order to maximize the efficiency of your home, you have to focus on your weaknesses, your biggest energy wasters. That’s why we recommend you start with your windows, which account for 25 to 40 percent of your annual heating and cooling costs, says the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Learn More: http://blog.nextdayblinds.com/blog/2015/6/25/maximizing-the-energy-efficiency-of-your-windows.html

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