How To Choose Thermal Window Shades For Your House

Ventilation is a slit or hole where the flow of air for heat exchanges purposes. Ventilation is usually the window openings in a building. Direction window openings usually depend on the climate of an area with regard to the direction of solar radiation. In the tropics the orientation of the building avoids direct solar radiation direction. Usually for this purpose designed building with a North-South orientation, meaning that there are thermal window shades openings on the north and south sides so that the incoming solar radiation through window openings can be minimized. The window openings are also related to the direction of wind flow. To get the cool air towards the window openings should be the direction of wind flow. This wind flow will greatly assist the presence of convection in the room so that the heat is on in a room will be released easily.



Designing thermal window shades designed with a height of up to 3.15 m would lower the room temperature. With a high ceiling, it will create a large convection space. Hot air will tend to rise to the top , then the building with a high ceiling hot air will gather at the top so that human activities are under will not be bothered by the heat . The design of this ceiling would be maximized if the added design of ventilation at the top of the room so that the hot air from the top of the room will circulate fresh air from outside.

Opening windows or ventilation is permanent because it is part of the design of the building. Thermal window shades elements may be permanent or may be set. Thermal window shades element is usually a permanent overhang outside the building or louvers and light shelves above the window. While thermal window shades elements that can be arranged usually in the form of tents or gondola outside the building or roller and curtain installed inside the building.