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Why should I motorize a blind?

Posted on 14 October 2015

The 5 main benefits of motorizing your blinds:-

  1. Convenience: With the simple touch of a button you can move your blind to whatever you like. Especially if the blind is one you wind up and down every day, or several times a day.  You can avoid the weather if the blind is outside, or if you have multiply blinds to put up all in a row every day.
     
  2. Ease of operation:  motorized blinds are ideal for people with arthritis or with mobility issues.  Motorized blinds can be operated from the comfort of your chair or even bed, making it easier to control the light or heat day or night. They can be operated from up to 20 meters away.
     
  3. Longer Lifespan: Manual operation a blind can mean touching it more. Often daily, this adds to the general wear and tear.  If a blind is not used correctly used manually they may yank at it and break it.  Motorization works well in areas that there are multiply users like offices or holiday homes.
     
  4. Safety: Loose cords and chains are a danger to young children.  With motorized automated blinds there are no hanging cords or chains.  This will provide peace of mind and makes them idea for children's bedrooms.
     
  5. Quiet and Discreet: With the simple press of the remote control you will enjoy the ambience and impress your guests with a quiet and sophisticated automated system.
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I'm delighted with my blinds - the whole process...

Sherilyn | West Gosford

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