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5 Reasons For using Motorized Window Treatments

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07 Oct 2021, 00:24 GMT+10

You may only have seen windows that close and open on command in sci fi movies and cartoon series. Thanks to technology because smart window treatments have made these childhood fantasies a reality!

Motorized blinds take commands from the homeowner, who controls the shades at will. If you are shopping for the newest window treatment for a new home or want a complete make-over for your interior decor, motorized blinds are the way to go.

Motorized window treatment is easy to use. Motorized blinds enhance security and are convenient for every member of the family. If you think motorized blinds are too good to be true, read on and learn more.

  1. Convenience

Imagine finding your blinds all drawn in the evening as you get in the house. Smart blinds got you sorted; you don't have to worry about your evening routine of closing all the blinds when you get home every night.

Unlike the traditional blinds that use hooks, strings, beads, and fasteners, smart blinds are simple to use.

Hooks and fasteners can become faulty before the entire shade is drawn. One must first go up the window frame to sort the mess completely when it gets stuck. Not so with smart blinds. Motorized blinds run smoothly at the push of the remote control in your hands.

  1. Guaranteed safety

Motorized blinds are safe for the family and the environment. The traditional blinds have strings, lines, beads, fasteners, and hooks are potential health hazards.

The strings can cause strangulation to young children and playful pets in the home. A crucial factor for every parent is the safety of their children when they're inside and outside the home. However, loose strings, misaligned beads, and fasteners can run and fall carelessly on the floor.

Motorized blinds do not use any of these items. Instead, a motor attached to the shades receives commands, and on pressing the remote, the blinds immediately starts running.

  1. Beefs up security

An intruder must always ensure that nobody is around when they break into your house. When the blinds are opened in the morning and closed at sunset, an intruder assumes you're in the house.

Conventional blinds need someone in the house to raise and lower the curtains manually. However, if you're away, the blinds operate on their own.

Smart blinds can be programmed to close and open from a remote location. Smart blinds can be integrated with other apps on a user's device, giving the users freedom to close and open the blinds.

  1. Increased freedom

As old age catches with you, simple tasks such as drawing curtains can be demanding. However, smart blinds allow the sick, the elderly, and toddlers to control the opening and closing of the blinds at will.

Depending on an individual need, the blinds can be programmed to open when the morning sun shines and close when the sun gets hot. They are also great for operating shades that are high up and hard to reach - no need to get the ladder to operate that one window (or that you never touch because it's too hard to get to in the first place).

  1. Enhanced aesthetic value

Say goodbye to lose fittings, hanging strings, and falling beads by installing motorized blinds. They provide a much cleaner and more modern look. Motorized blinds are available in different colors, shades, designs, patterns, and fabrics. One can choose the perfect set of blinds that complements the interior decor of the home.

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