We have had requests for us to create separate pages which will list every article we have written about our experinces within a particular home renovation or home energy conservation project of ours. So, this week, the week between Christmas and New Years, that is exactly what we will do. You asked for it, you got it!
Today we present our experiences installing and using the exterior solar blinds / solar shades we purchased over the Internet from EZ Snap. This way you won’t have to start at the first article if you prefer to jump to and article in the middle of our series on this excellent energy conservation product.
Below on the left is a picture of how these energy conservation product looks from inside the house. See how these solar shades, installed on the outside, do not bock the view from the inside?
On the right is how this product appears installed on the outside of one of our south facing windows.
Yes, they were very easy to install. Yes, we installed them ourselves on our south facing windows to reduce most of the sun’s UV rays from entering our home to cause excessive heat build up during the summer (and, in our case in the winter too!) and damage to our hardwood floors. Yes, we really liked them. Yes, they worked and continue to work as advertised for us. Yes, we recommended them to anyone who has east, south and west facing windows.
Below is a listing for each article in the Exterior Solar Blinds series with a link that will take you directly to the article which peaks your interest. If you prefer to start at the beginning, not to worry because at the end of one article is a link to the next one in the series.
Suggested Articles For You:
- Exterior Solar Blinds – Part 8 – Removing the Wrinkles (1)
- Exterior Solar Blinds – Part 6 – Installation Completed on Test Window (1)
- Exterior Solar Blinds – Part 5 – Hardware Installation (1)
- EZ Snap Exterior Window Shades – One Year Later (1)
- EZ Snap Exterior Window Solar Shades Replaced Our French Door Interior Blinds (1)