Features of Motorized Blinds and Shades

Motorized blinds can tilt open or close at the touch of a button. Motorized shades can completely raise or lower using your remote control device.

The Best Uses for Motorized Blinds and Shades

Operating Hard to Reach Windows

Do you have a tall window that is difficult to reach or operate? Windows in foyers or hard-to-reach windows are the best candidates for motorized blinds and shades. Use a remote to adjust your shades to whatever height you desire, without any need for a step ladder or other tool.

Protecting Children and Pets

In the last few decades, there have been over 500 reported incidents of children having harmful or fatal encounters with corded blinds. Motorized shades help remove or limit choking hazards from your windows, making them much safer for kids and pets.

Home Theaters and Bedrooms

Motorized blinds and shades work well in rooms where you frequently want to raise or lower all the shades at once, or want to open all the blinds at once. Motorized shades are great for prepping the living room to watch a movie or in the bedroom to wake up to a room full of sunlight.

Finding the Right Motorized Blinds and Shades

What type of window treatment do you prefer? Motorized blinds and shades come in a variety of window treatment types, with slightly different functions depending on what you choose.

Motorized Lift

Motorized lift means that the entire window covering can be raised or lowered by remote. You can find motorized lift in the following types of window treatments: Cellular Shades, Pleated Shades, Roman Shades, Roller Shades / Solar Shades, Natural Shades.

Motorized Tilt

Motorized tilt is for horizontal blinds, and means that you can tilt your slats or vanes into an open or closed position to let in more or less light: Wood Blinds, Faux Wood Blinds, Aluminum / Mini Blinds.