‘EVO’ is key to energy-efficient insulation

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THE most energy-efficient way to insulate the home is by fitting curtains that sit close to the windows, say Roz and Lew Rebbeck, owners of Alexanders Furnishings.

Roz and Lew recommend “EVO”, a curtain-heading system that is extremely effective at preventing loss of heat or cooling at any time of year.

“You can choose any fabric you like, as the key is the EVO tracking system,” Roz says.

“It creates a track close to the window which helps keep warm or cool air inside and allows for a smaller stack when open, [letting] in more valuable winter sunlight.”

Roz says EVO has developed new track sections that incorporate a sleek and “invisible” pelmet system, meaning there’s no need to install a traditional bulky timber pelmet over the top of the curtains.

“It can also be used as curtains with sheers behind for added privacy,” she says.

Backed with more than 50 years’ experience, Alexanders Furnishings also offers other curtain systems to suit personal preferences and a wide range of blinds and accessories.

Roz says they are open, receiving orders, as well as making and installing products according to the COVID-19 guidelines, and are back to their usual hours of 8.30am-5pm, Monday-Friday and 8.30am-1pm, Saturdays.

Alexanders Furnishings, Shop 5, Paul’s Centre, Hindmarsh Drive, Phillip. Call 6281 1611.

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