The “Inflector” product is the first SEE-THROUGH insulating system that can be installed on the inside of any window that will reduce both Summer air-conditioning and Winter heating costs.
The first step every building owner should take interest in is capturing FREE SOLAR HEAT in the winter and by blocking the heat, getting a COOLER building in the summer.
- Provides a thermal barrier between the heated room and cold window surface.
- With the shiny surface facing in, it radiates the heat back into the living space.
- The non-shiny surface absorbs the solar heat gain and transfers into the living space.
- Reverse the shiny side in the summer and it radiates the solar gain away from the living space.
- Saves on your energy costs and works for you all year.
Complete west side installation, silver side out to reflect the heat of the afternoon. Panels create privacy from outside viewing.
Privacy is maintained whether the silver or the black side of the panel is facing out.
Why Window Treatments?
Windows provide our homes with light, warmth, and ventilation, but they can also negatively impact a home’s energy efficiency. You can reduce energy costs by installing energy-efficient windows in your home. Some energy efficiency improvements to existing windows can also help.
You can choose window treatments or coverings not only for decoration but also for saving energy. Some carefully selected window treatments can reduce heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer.
Double glazing provides more than twice the insulation value of single glazed windows. And while it is cheaper to get double glazing for new homes by adding insulation, it can be expensive for a person who just wants to upgrade his home to be more environmentally friendly and comfortable.
To get value from insulation in a home, windows must be considered in the equation as well. And there are at least 12 simple ways to dramatically increase the level of insulation windows to provide without adding new double glazing to an existing home. So whatever type of windows are there in the home, there is an affordable option available to make the home more environmentally friendly.
To simplify the science; heat/light/energy moves through windows in three ways: radiation, convection, and conduction. Without replacing existing windows with double glazing, it is possible to manage all three elements easily and separately to make a more comfortable and environmentally friendly home all year round that saves power bills.
One key to making any home more environmentally friendly and comfortable in an affordable way is to invest money once for two benefits. For example, window treatments like blinds or flyscreens can be made part of the insulation solutions.
One way to do this is through a range of new window treatments that has just been introduced by Inflector. There are 5 different applications to choose from so they offer the flexibility to offer insulation solutions for most types of windows. These include roller blinds, vertical blinds, sliding panels, skylight treatments and insulating panels.