Let’s talk Motorization…..
Motorized blinds and draperies were thought of as an indulgence available only to the elite several years ago. But today's hardware, technology and pricing have made this one time luxury easily available to the general public. Motorized blinds, shades and draperies offer many benefits for many people. Parents with young children, the elderly and even just the average person will benefit from having motorized window coverings, which eliminate the need to fuss with wands or cords. If you suffer from mobility or dexterity issues, or are just tired of dealing with tangled cords, this investment can help your window coverings function flawlessly.
Motorized blinds come in different systems: hardwired, plug in, RF radio frequency and battery operated. All are controlled from either a handheld remote control or a wall switch — with just a click, the window coverings magically open and close.
Why should you consider motorized blinds?
Conveniently close or open all your blinds or shades at the same time, perfectly positioned and aligned, with a touch of a button. No more cables or strings that get tangled up! The motors are also ideal for large windows, high-up or hard to reach window coverings.
To protect you from the harmful UV sun rays
A sun sensor on the facade of your building or inside of your window activates your blinds when you want.
• The interior of your home is kept cool.
• Furniture, rugs and coverings are protected from the sun's rays.
• For more privacy as night falls
• With an app you can program a scene that closes your blind automatically at dusk as you switch on your lights.
Advantages and Uses
Motorized blinds eliminate any cords. This is a great benefit for households with young children, where cord dangers lurk at every window.
When your windows are very high, a motorized shade can help maximize functionality. I would recommend that an installation like this be hardwired with either a remote or wall switch, so you can avoid having to get the ladder out to change the batteries.
Motorized shades can also be used in outdoor settings — you might consider them for your lanai or patio enclosure.
Motorized shades can also be used in conjunction with a sun sensor. The sensor is placed on the window glass via a suction cup, and the shades are lifted or lowered according to the sun's intensity.
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