Redi Shade Window Shade

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  • an opaque window blind that can cover or uncover a window
  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.
  • (Window Shading) Any device for reducing unwanted heat gain from a window.
  • ReDim, short for re-dimension, is a Visual Basic function that is used to resize arrays. By using this function you can add or remove space from an array. This function can only be used on arrays that are declared without dimensions.
  • (in  Francesco Redi (Italian physician and poet))
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Redishade, Inc. 48X72 Tan Redi-Shade 3006244 Window Shades
Redishade, Inc. 48X72 Tan Redi-Shade 3006244 Window Shades
48' x 72', Tan, Original Instant Pleated Window Redi-Shade, Peel & Stick, Provides Instant Privacy & Style On Your Windows Without Tools Or Brackets, Durable Butcher Paper Construction Provides A Neat Clean Fashionable Apperance In Seconds, Just Trim The Shade To The Width Of The Window With A Razor Knife, Peel Of The Backing & Stick To Window Frame Or Window Glass Itself, Post-It Notes For Windows Mounting Technique Uses A High Quality Adhesive That Can Be Re-Positioned Several Times Without Loosing Its Adhesive Qualities, Stong Enough To Last Up To 12 Months But Gentle Enough To Be Removed Without Leaving A Residue Or Damaging Paint Or Stain, Great For New Movers, College Dorms & Re-Decorating, Changing Your Paint Colors & Don't Have The New Blinds Or Drapes In Yet.

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Cellular Window Shades Reduce Home Energy Costs While Boosting Appeal
Cellular Window Shades Reduce Home Energy Costs While Boosting Appeal
Light. Openness. Beauty. Windows bring all of these and so much more to a room. Without windows, our homes would lack comfort, sanctuary, inspiration. Yet controlling window dynamics, such as glare and heat transfer, can be a challenge. Without any control, your home may be uncomfortably hot in the summer, cold in the winter or expensive to heat and cool, and your furnishings may be getting ruined by harmful UV rays. There are a lot of window-fashion options out there, but one product in particular, cellular window shades , was designed specifically to help a homeowner save money – and it looks good doing it without impeding all the benefits of the window. “Our window shades, which we manufacture right here in Vermont and are of such high quality, can pay for themselves in 5 to 8 years through reduced energy costs.” Says Michelle Graveline-Welch a representative for, an online store making and selling insulating honeycomb shades “The thing is, they don’t just save money – they help with privacy and glare, and they are really beautiful to look at. We tell customers, if they are on the fence, to put them in just one room, and inevitably they come back for more because they really do work.” Insulating cellular shades work by blocking solar heat gain outside in the summer and trapping it inside in the winter. There is also a sidetrack system, which creates a four-sided seal so the energy savings are even more powerful. Homeowners can proactively keep their homes more comfortable without relying on heating and cooling systems as much. Simply closing their shades during the day and opening them at night in the summer will help capture and keep the cool night air, and reversing the process in the winter will contain capture the solar gain. One added benefit of cellular window shades with the energy-saving sidetrack system is the tax savings. After all, what homeowner doesn’t want to save money on energy bills and taxes? By insulating windows with the sidetrack system, homeowners can earn a tax credit for 10 percent of the cost in 2011, up to a maximum of $500 through Dec. 31, 2011. For more information on the tax credit and saving energy with window fashions, visit
Guest Room
Guest Room
After - The windows swing inward, and there are wooden posts (sort of) between some of the windows. A friend suggested Redi Shades, which are actually temporary paper shades that you stick up. They work very well in this room, and I was surprised at how nice they looked. I didn't have enough of the plastic clips they come with, so my dad suggested clothespins. I just happened to have a bag of vintage pins (without the springs) and I love the way they turned out!

redi shade window shade
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