Friday, January 29, 2010

Insulated Curtains

By: Deputy Johnson

If you live in colder climate areas these insulated curtains are a smart inexpensive way to keep your house heated. Insulated curtains are a long term investment, a one time buy that doesn't send the heating bill through the roof. Utility bills are rising and these insulated curtains will save you some money that doesn't need to be spent. These insulated curtains save five times more heat than normal curtains. They use thermaldynamics to keep the heat trapped in and the cold trapped out. Windows are a major source of heat loss in your house. The window deteriorates and leaves small gaps, but these small gaps are enough to cool your whole house. The insulated curtains are a barrier to the different temperatures. Typical curtains provide little protection from the weather. Glass is the poorest way of keeping heat inside and cold outside.

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