If you’re interested in installing new window treatments in your apartment or home, there are many different options to choose from today. There are classic hardwood blinds, exotic woven wood shades, and elegant Roman shades, just to name a few. If you’re interested in a modern window treatment to give your home a fresh look, we have some great options for you. You’ve probably heard of a new window treatment called motorized blinds, but what are they and how do motorized blinds work?
How do motorized blinds work?
Motorized blinds are a unique window treatment because, as the name suggests, they are they only blinds that are motorized. But what exactly does that mean, and why would you want motorized blinds? Instead of manually adjusting your blinds with cords or having to adjust the fabric of your shades, you control motorized blinds with a simple press of a button. That’s it, just a press of a button!
Advantages of motorized blinds
You can use the remote while you’re still in bed to let some sunlight in or when you’re on the couch at night to lower the blinds and have some privacy. You can also control one set of blinds at a time if you want a specific amount of light let in your room, or you can control all the blinds at once for privacy or maximum sunlight. If you have a lot of windows, this can help you save time in the morning when you’re rushing off to work.
Motorized blinds are a great energy-efficient option because you have a lot of control over the light coming through the windows – even when you’re not there! You can use the remote to set timers for the blinds. If you’re not at home in the afternoon, you can set the blinds to close during the summer to protect your home during the hottest part of the day.
Motorized blinds are also great for any windows that are hard to reach, so you don’t have to worry about climbing on step stools to reach the cords anymore. They are also the perfect window treatment for the elderly or people with disabilities who have a hard time opening blinds using cords, or for wheelchair bound people who are unable to reach the window.
Learn more about motorized blinds
If you’re still asking yourself “how do motorized blinds work?” you can contact Blinds Bros. today for more information or to set up your free in home consultation to see if motorized blinds will work for your home.