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Please use the form below to submit an advertorial to us. Please note that information submitted should not be strictly an ad for your business but instead helpful information for readers that helps to establish your business as a local expert. You should talk about something related to the field you are in expert in.This is not a commercial or forum for promoting a sale. Here is an Advertorial Example from an expert on blinds:
Is your electricity bill too high? Join the club! Fortunately whether it be summer or winter there is a very easy way to save some money each month when it comes to heating or cooling your home?

Considering an average home, windows account for nearly half of the heat gain or loss depending on the season, as a result, this accounts for close to half of the workload on your air conditioning system or heating system. Combine heat loss from your roof, walls, and attic and they still don't come close to equaling that lost through your windows! Windows will allow around twenty times more heat into without coverings than an equal amount of normal insulated wall space. When you control the way the sun’s energy enters your home through its windows, you can save on summer energy bills to the tune of two to four percent and take advantage of heating that is free in the winter.

When looking for window treatments, you'll want to choose ones that will block out the most sun. Ask about the “shading coefficient” of different window coverings. The Shading Coefficient is a measure of the ability of the window treatment to reduce the solar heat gain. The lower the number, the less solar heat will enter your home and the lower your cooling or heating bills will be. For example, honeycomb cell shades and wood or faux wood blinds are better at energy conservation than roller shades or aluminum blinds. Keep in mind that interior window coverings such as honeycomb shades, wood blinds, and faux wood blinds reduce solar heat most effectively if the surface facing the glass is a reflective color like white.

However blinds aren't much good if they aren't closed on windows receiving direct sun, so remember to keep the blinds closed on south and west-facing windows of your home at appropriate times throughout the day.

For more expert tips like this, click on the link to my Expert Page and see how I can help you live life a little Shadier!

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