The Ultimate Lazy Gizmo - Radio Controlled Blinds

Don’t you just hate it when you have to wake up because of the blasted sunshine on your face? Not everyone is a morning person. Shutting out the light when you need a few more minutes of snoozing doesn’t have to be such a pain. Enter the ultimate lazy gizmo, radio controlled blinds.What’s that I hear? You don’t have the money to have these radio controlled blinds installed? Don’t be foolish! Radio controlled blinds are now more affordable even for the ordinary working person.That’s because the only reason why electric window shades can cost more than your flat is because of the professional installation it require.


To make sure that everyone benefits from the ultra-cool window treatments, new technology has developed a cheaper way to give you the ultimate in window treatment luxury. The answer lies in those standard AA batteries that you use to power every gadget you own. Now, AA batteries can power your window treatment system so that you can control them remotely. These new kind of electric window screens have a battery-operated motor that’s attached to its head rail. This eliminates the hard wiring that requires the services of a technician.All you need to do is to follow clear instructions that come with the window screens. Isn’t that cool or what?


Aside from that, you only need four batteries to operate a single panel. You can definitely save if you use rechargeable batteries for these window covers. The best thing about radio controlled blinds is that you can control light and air remotely. Imagine being able to shut off the sunshine in the comfort of your blankets on a cold winter morning...That’s the promise that these electric blinds give you. The motor that allows the shutters to move ensures quiet operation so that even when you adjust the screens, your sleep isn’t disturbed. The remote control also allows you to operate up to six panels individually. You can also program a group of shutters to be operated at the same time,all without going through the hassle of going near each window shade to get the exact setting that you need. Most remote controls allow you to operate the electric casement shades within a span of 10metres.


You can choose among several options as window treatments. If your room has traditional design features, you can select among a range of wood shutters available. Rooms in contemporary styles can sport metal Venetian blinds. The metallic sheen will go well with minimalistic rooms as well. You can choose from different widths and styles for your radio controlled shutters. Vertical or horizontal skylight treatments are also available to suit every personality. They also come in several materials, such as wood, metal, and vinyl. If you’re too lazy to manually open and close your shutters, you’ll love the convenience of websites offering electric window protectors.

These websites have measurement calculators for a customised fit of your window shades.So who says that convenience is expensive? With these innovative window treatment designs, you’ll have luxury radio controlled blinds in no time without breaking your bank.

Want to learn more about motorised blinds? Visit ControlissBlinds.co.uk now for articles and guides on all remote control blinds including the best wooden blinds.

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