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Old 05-10-2010, 06:59 AM   #1
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new mcd's at 27 deg.

wow! we woke up this am to 27 degrees. first time it was this cold since we installed our mcd roller shades. what a difference in insulation factor! we use an edenpure elect heater, when i crawled out this morn. it was 73 deg.inside with no extra help from the gas furnace. with our old shades in the same senario the furnace would need to be running to stay at that temp. these shades have been a great upgrade! jim
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Cool. Shades are a lot stiffer in the cold though, aren't they? We have manual ones and had to adjust tension springs several times until we got it right for winter weather. Our front windshield is electric and we've had no problem with them.

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john, we only had the problem with two of the manual shades, but you are right a little slower going up in the cold. we had the drivers side window motorized also. really works great while driving to be able to just push the button for the sunscreen. jim
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