Motorized Blinds or Shades

With just the touch of a button, a motorization upgrade allows you to raise and lower your shades or tilt your blinds open and closed. This upgrade is perfect for homes with pets or small children – you can eliminate dangling cords and make your home safer.

Motorization is ideal for hard-to-reach windows, such as skylights. They’re also a great option if anyone in the home has mobility issues. With motorization, there’s no need to reach for cords or lift heavy blinds.

Motorized blinds or shades give you the ultimate in convenience. Consider them for a media room or bedroom to eliminate unwanted glare or sunlight without having to manually reach the blinds.

For elegant design, ease of use and increased safety, a motorization upgrade is a popular choice for the home.

Motorized Window Treatments

Motorized Window Treatments FAQ

A motorized blind or shade raises and lowers your window treatment with just the touch of a button. It is the ultimate in convenience – with motorized blinds, you won’t have to contend with cords, tilt wands, or chains.

All motorized blinds operate via a remote control – with just the touch of a button, you can raise or lower your blinds.

The cost of motorized blinds will depend on the size and style of window treatment – an average motorization upgrade can add around $200.

The power source for motorized blinds will vary depending on the individual product – some will require an electrical outlet, and some are powered by a rechargeable battery. Consult your individual product information for specifics.

Motorized shades raise or lower your window treatment with just the touch of a button. It is the ultimate in convenience – with motorized shades, you won’t have to contend with cords, tilt wands, or chains.

All motorized shades operate via a remote control – with just the touch of a button, you can raise or lower your blinds.

The cost of motorized shades will depend on the size and style of window treatment – an average motorization upgrade can add around $200.

The power source for motorized shades will vary depending on the individual product – some will require an electrical outlet, and some are powered by a rechargeable battery. Consult your individual product information for specifics.