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Ovation Cellular Slider Vertical Shades

Comfortex Cellular Slider Shades are available with Baritone single honeycomb or Symphony double honeycomb cellular fabrics for a variety of energy efficient color choices.

Double and Single Cell Options, Energy Efficient Design Also known as honeycomb construction, the cellular construction of the Ovation Cellular Slider provides insulation for your home. This insulating layer provides year round comfort and helps to reduce energy costs.

Pleat Size: 3/8″ – 3/4″
R Value: 3.5 – 4.6.

Operation Cellular fabric slides smoothly side to side along a horizontal rail. The proven roller hardware is exceptionally quiet and keeps the pleats perpendicular with the floor.

Valance The sleek Ovation valance matches the white aluminum headrail for a polished, clean look.

Safety The Ovation Cellular Sliding System does not have any exposed cords, wands, or chains, making it child and pet friendly.

Non Woven Polyster Fabric Our cellular fabric is a non woven polyster.

You’ll benefit from:

  • UV Protection: nearly 100% of harmful UV rays are blocked
  • Easy Cleaning: durable, washable, dust resistant, will not fray or fade
  • Pleat retention: Your shade retains its beautiful look
  • Color Choices: Choose from a variety of colors
  • White to the outside: For a neutral streetside appearance.
  • Stacking options: Four available stacking options to suit your personal style
  • UV Protection: nearly 100% of harmful UV rays are blocked
  • Easy Cleaning: durable, washable, dust resistant, will not fray or fade
  • Pleat retention: Your shade retains its beautiful look
  • Color Choices: Choose from a variety of colors
  • White to the outside: For a neutral streetside appearance.
  • Stacking options: Four available stacking options to suit your personal style

Did you know?

  • The typical US family spends close to $1,300 a year on their home’s utility bills.
  • Heating and cooling your home uses more energy and drains more energy dollars than any other system in your home.
  • Typically, 44% of your utility bill goes for heating and cooling.
  • Heat lost through windows can account for 10% to 25% of your heating bill.

The amount of energy wasted just through poorly insulated windows and doors is about as much energy as we get from the Alaskan Pipeline each year. During the summer, sunny windows make your air conditioning work two to three times harder.

By using a few inexpensive energy-efficient measures, you can reduce your energy bills by 10% to 50%.
Energy efficient home improvements may also qualify you for an energy efficiency mortgage, which allows lenders to use a higher-than-normal debt-to-income ratio to calculate loan potential. In addition, your home will likely have a higher resale value.

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