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Can Plantation Shutters Protect Against Sunlight To Keep Your House Cooler?

Can Plantation Shutters Protect Against Sunlight To Keep Your House Cooler?

Plantation shutters are great for summer because they can keep your house protected against too much sunlight.

Plantation shutters are used in many people’s houses, and they have their perks that make them the window covering of choice. They don’t take much effort to open, and they close with relative ease, often easier to close than other blinds. As we continue to approach summer, there is a concern that pops up regarding plantation shutters: can they fend off heat? The answer: absolutely!

Plantation shutters are great for summer because they can keep your house protected against too much sunlight. This helps keep your house at a cooler temperature

Keeping Your House Cooler With Plantation Shutters

Plantation shutters offer insulation for your home by keeping your windows enclosed. This means warm air is retained in the house during wintertime, while cool air is kept in the house while it’s summertime.

The insulation offered by plantation shutters will provide you the comfort you want for your home while also saving money trying to heat and cool your building.

Regulating Sunlight With Plantation Shutters

Part of what allows plantation shutters to keep too much heat from entering your home in the summer is the ability to limit how much sunlight can pass through your windows. This is very handy, and it’s not just the restriction of sunlight that these shutters allow; they can also let in more light if you decide to open them up. It’s this flexibility that makes these shutters so desirable and reliable.

Plantation Shutters are Made With Wood that Helps Absorb Temperatures

Wood is the main material used to create plantation shutters, and wood can absorb heat better than some other materials. Because these shutters are so dense, they are less likely to see a drastic increase in temperature, even on days that get incredibly hot, like the ones we see in summer.

Contact Mike’s Flooring and Design Center

Since Mike purchased the business in 1996, he and his team have helped families like yours throughout Delmarva, Sussex County, DE, and Ocean City, MD. Mike continues to be involved in the day-to-day operations, ensuring the vision you share is the one we help deliver.

Over the years, we have established relationships with local manufacturers, such as Adura, COREtec, and Bruce, who we trust to deliver superior work. Our team will continue to be your point of contact through the entire process to be sure you are completely satisfied.

With the state of the country as it is, and taking into consideration the safety of our fellow citizens, our showroom is “BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.”  We also provide “SHOP AT HOME” service.  We will bring samples directly to your home, or should you already know what products you want, we can safely provide you with a “FREE ESTIMATE.”   This allows you the flexibility of not having to be at home for us to do an estimate, nor the installation.  All we will need to know is what areas in your home we would be doing and how we can gain access (hidden key, lock box, coded entry, realtor, neighbor, etc.).  This is tailored around the homeowner who needs to get their unit ready for the season or simply enhancing their home but does not want to leave their home or can’t make it to town (Ocean City, Berlin, Salisbury, Worcester / Wicomico County Maryland & Sussex County Delaware).

This service is not new to us.  We have already been providing this service for our customers for the past 24 years.  With the current situation at hand, we can continue to provide you with your Floor Covering and/or Window Treatment & Design needs along with the “AWESOME SERVICE YOU DESERVE, ALONG WITH PROFESSIONAL, QUALITY INSTALLATIONS.”

Please feel free to contact us at 800-298-9470, or email us at and we will be more than happy to assist you with your project.  Have a wonderful day and STAY HEALTHY!

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