Don’t Let Glare Keep You from Watching Your Favorite Team

The NFL season is wrapping up with one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever.  No matter what side you’re on, it’s an exciting time to be a sports fan. If you have friends and family over during the weekend to watch your favorite teams play, it’s important to have a great viewing experience. Sure you have the big screen TV and high powered sound system, but there’s one thing that can ruin this experience, sun glare.

Such a bright room! We can’t even imagine what the glare must be like for these folks!

Sun glare has always been a problem for TV watching. When sun hits your TV at the right angle, it can make watching your TV nearly impossible. Seating can also be an issue depending on where you are facing. Fortunately for you there’s a simple solution to these problems, and it’s picking out the right window treatments for these rooms.

The Right Treatments for Reducing Glare

The best solution for enhancing your TV viewing experience would have to be blackout shades. These shades block light from entering through for the shade because of the special materials from which they are built. A small amount of light can enter through around the edges if you mount it on the inside, however. To prevent all light from entering the room, you can mount them on the outside of the window frame.

Light filtering shades also do a good job at reducing the glare on your TV. The lighter the fabric type you pick the more the sun will make its way through. If you have a TV room or home theatre that is directly facing the sun, we recommend that you go with blackout shades.
If you want to learn more about eliminating the glare from you TV room or home theatre to enhance your viewing experience, contact the experts at Our friendly staff can walk you through our window treatment solutions and give you the advice you need to make the right decision so that your friends and family can enjoy the next big game!

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