What Are the Differences Between Single and Double Cellular Blinds?
Cellular shades, or Honeycomb Blinds in Sydney, are made up of two or more layers of fabric, and folds along the pleats to create a honeycomb like shape, which traps in the air, creating an insulating barrier between the window and the room. It is one of the best blinds for insulation and for saving on energy bills, although they can be a rather big initial investment. Honeycomb blinds are hugely versatile and provides excellent control of light and privacy for the room. These air pockets even block UV rays and are great at noise cancelling as well.
Honeycomb blinds in Sydney come in either single or double cell. Single cell blinds have only one layer of cells or air pockets, and come in wider widths, which make them ideal for larger windows. Single cell blinds are less costly than double cell and don’t take as long to manufacture, hence if you are on a bit of a budget and want to get your blinds done soon, single cell Honeycomb Blinds may be the best option for you.
Double cell honeycomb blinds are best for smaller windows, and provide and extra layer of cells. Due to this, they offer far greater insulation than the single cell type, and are best for noise cancelling. Even though the double cell blinds cost a little more than other types, it is a far more cost-effective investment since they are highly energy efficient, helping you save a bundle on energy bills.
Honeycomb blinds are quite durable, and you can get them made in any type of fabric you like, including block out fabrics. They provide great aesthetics with their stylish design, and are ideal for the living room and bedrooms, to keep them cosy and warm during the cold winter months and nice and cool during the hot summer months.