Sleeping in a Dark Room

It’s funny how things seem to go in streaks! Lately, we have had a number of calls regarding mostly bedrooms where the homeowner sleeps days, or at least into daylight hours and wants to darken the bedroom windows to make sleeping easier. No problem! The bottom line is: To reduce daylight entering the windows, we need to darken the glass, basically just like sunglasses. While we can’t ‘black-out’ the glass, we can reduce daylight by as much as 90% - it certainly takes the edge off the brightness! Hey, go back to sleep! Bryan

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