We can add our blinds to an existing home automation system. We also have a product that allows you to control your blinds remotely with a phone or tablet with the use of an app.
It can also be used to control electrical equipment, heating, lighting, garage doors and gates. You'll wonder how you ever got by without it!
Types of Motorised Blinds
Most blinds can now be motorised.mIt's a great way of making the use of your blinds effortless. For a long time motorisation was considered a hassle and expensive. With the advancement in motorisation, it can be easy to install and now relatively inexpensive.
With prices starting from just £70 per blind we can motorise a new blind or in some cases, we can motorise an existing blind.
How To Power Your Blinds
There are multiple ways to power your motorised blind. If you are building an extension or building a new property then you may want to think about powering your blind from the mains. If you are installing blinds as an afterthought then battery powered blinds would be best. The battery-powered motors can be charged and will typically last 6 months before needing a charge again.
If you are wanting to install a battery-powered blind in an out of reach area then you can always charge the blinds with a small solar panel.
How To Control Your Blinds
There are different ways to control your blinds that can complement any decor. Using a remote control means that you can control your blinds from anywhere. There are multiple channels giving you control over different zones or individual blinds.
If the thought of losing a remote control put you off, then there is a range of different wall mountable switches that can blend in nicely with your light controls. You can also use sensors to control the blinds so you don't have to.