Best Window Treatments For The Midwest and Cincinnati
Living in Cincinnati, you know the struggle of keeping your home cozy during bitter winters and hot, muggy summers. The proper window treatments make the struggle easier.
Polywood® Shutters, Beautiful Window Treatments for the Midwest
Interior shutters are the most versatile window treatments for the Midwest. They are beautiful and give a cozy feeling to your Cincinnati home. Cincinnati homeowners appreciate interior shutters' straight lines and neutral colors because they can be used with most interior styles and décor. Our Polywood® shutters look stunning in prairie style houses, farmhouses, and contemporary homes, alike.
Polywood shutters are very energy-efficient. Other window coverings don't block heat and cold as well as they do. Polywood’s weatherstripping insulates windows up to 70% better than other window treatments. This innovative design keeps your home's air pleasant inside and blocks out outside temperatures.
Polywood shutters also resist damage from humidity more than other window treatments in the Midwest. They are resistant to water and extreme temperatures. As compared to wood shutters, they do not yellow, crack, or warp and are more durable than other window treatments.
Custom Polywood shutters can be installed on any window, from large picture windows to petite gable windows. They don't cover the unique shape of circle, octagon, or arched windows. And their louvers still work on all your windows for light and privacy control.
Cellular Shades Increase Your Cincinnati Home's Energy Efficiency
Cellular shades are also recommended for homes in the Midwest. Homeowners like that cellular shades mimic drapery but are more practical than curtains. Their variety of options and textures suit both rustic and modern homes. You can use semi-translucent shades to let in sunlight or solid ones for increased privacy.
Just like shutters, cellular shades increase your home's energy efficiency. Their unique fabric cells insulate against heat and cold better than other shades do. Midwest humidity does not damage cellular shades, either. Their material stands up to moisture so that their pleats keep their shape.
Durable Roller Shades Resist Moisture
Roller shades are also a top choice for window treatments in the Midwest. This classic shade is also offered in many different colors, but its sleek style makes it ideal for any room.
Roller shades come in different opacities that let you control the amount of light coming in your home. The more light, the hotter a space gets. Many Cincinnati homeowners use blackout roller shades to reduce this heat and increase their privacy.
Another reason people use roller shades in the Midwest: they are sturdy and don’t have folds to collect moisture from the air. Unlike curtains, your roller shades will not have a damp smell on a high-humidity day.