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Shading Your House Windows

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Shading Your Windows
To reduce the heat the sun produces through your windows, there are many different materials that can be used for shades. This is a guide about shading your house windows.
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By 6 found this helpful
July 30, 2012

I like looking outside my kitchen door/window, but I don't like the sun adding to the heat of my room in the summer. I found rear car shades that have suction cups on them. These are an inexpensive way to keep out the sun and still be able to see outside.

A car shade in a bright window

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By 2 found this helpful
June 13, 2008

Use windshield sun shades on windows and skylights to keep sun out and your living space cooler.

By Marilyn from Duryea, PA

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