From the act of actually moving into redecorating, cleaning, and making sure the house is functioning well, new homeowners have a long to-do list. There is a lot to do after you move into a new home! You want your home to look stylish, but you also want it to be comfortable. That’s why one of the first things you should do in your new home is to upgrade the windows and motorized shades in your new house.
While the shades on your new house might look nice, they might not be as functional or efficient as they should be because, even when windows and shades are well maintained, they still deteriorate over time.
When move into a new home you pretty much immediately get a clear feeling for its character and overall atmosphere. But what you can’t easily tell right away is how efficient and functional the windows and shades are on a new house. That’s why, after a few months of being in your new home, you may begin to notice some issues that come with older windows and shades like drafts, difficulty maintaining a comfortable temperature, or high heating and cooling bills.
If this happens, it’s a good idea to upgrade your windows and window shades. When doing so it’s a good idea to replace both windows and shades at the same time. You can replace them at different times, but the newness of one will definitely just make the issues of the old other more noticeable and problematic. While curtains can cover up old shades, they just defeat the purpose of the shades and prevent maximum visibility, privacy, and light control.
It’s also a good idea to replace both shades and windows at the same time to maintain home aesthetics. You can replace the windows to be better at maintaining comfort and energy efficiency in the home but replacing the shades too will also help support your windows in their function and keep the two pieces looking nice and cohesive.
Changing the style of your windows will call for a similar or complementary style of shutter that accents or complements your new windows. Have fun shopping for new shades in various styles like plantation or café to go with your new windows in your new home. You should also look into both exterior and interior shades as they have different tasks and intentions though they both add to the style, comfort, and character of your new house.
From upgrading appliances, painting walls, and adding a personal touch to making sure the windows and window shades work and look their best, these new homeowner tasks can bring satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment. Moving into a new home is thrilling. You get to take a house a turn it into your own personal space and home for your loved ones.
McNeill Palm is here to help with any and all of your motorized shade needs. We are ready and willing to assist you in any way we can. Call today.