Looking for an unmatched combination of versatility, contemporary styling, and care-free maintenance in window fashions that are also value-priced? Then our exquisite collection of Honeycomb Shades are just what you’re looking for. Available in a broad selection of transparent and light filtering fabrics, premium Pleated Shades from an assortment of innovative features into a window covering that promises to elevate your home’s interior while offering years of trouble-free operation.
Manufactured with permanently Honeycomb 100% polyester or cotton/polyester fabric – our Honeycomb Shades are extremely durable and easy to clean. They can also be ordered from an impressive selection of colors, textures, and patterns to create a truly custom window treatment that will compliment any room. Choose from any three popular pleated sizes; for smaller windows, you’ll appreciate our European Micro Pleat, while our standard 1” pleat is well suited for most average size windows. For large windows and for enhanced layering with drapery panels, try our new 2” pleat. Whichever pleated style you choose, it will have minimal stacking, all while preserving the view from your window.
At Hunter Douglas, we're an industry leader in making a big energy savings difference at the window. In 1985, we invented the highly energy-efficient Duette® honeycomb shades in response to the energy crisis of the late 1970s. Our latest innovation is the Duette Architella® honeycomb shades featuring a honeycomb-within-a-honeycomb design for even greater energy efficiency. Today, we continue to think about the impact all of our window fashions can make. Without energy-efficient window treatments, as much as 50% of a home's heating and cooling energy can be lost through its windows.
Hunter Douglas products help conserve energy at the window in many important ways:
In winter months, your home heating escapes to the outdoors through your windows while in the summertime, the outside heat flows into your home through these same windows. With window treatments that provide insulation, you can reduce energy consumption, save on heating and cooling costs, and create a more comfortable atmosphere.
The warmth provided by the sun, its solar energy, may be desirable during the winter to help heat your home, but in the summer, it can make a room overly hot and uncomfortable—driving up air conditioning costs. Many Hunter Douglas window fashions help to control solar heat by allowing it into your home in the winter and minimizing the amount that comes in during the summer.
Ensure your windows and doors are properly weather-stripped.
Caulk around basement and storm windows.
When heating or cooling, keep windows locked.
Open your window coverings during sunny winter days to catch free solar heat then close them at night to keep that heat in.
Close your window coverings during summer days to keep the heat out.