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3 Windows That Need Motorized Blinds & Shades

Window Treatments 101

Motorized blinds and shades are the way to go when you’re looking for virtually touchless convenience and smart home integration. It might seem luxurious, but here are three situations where adding motorized window shades are worth the investment.

1. Tall Windows

Motorized natural shades in a living room.

If you can’t touch the top of your window, motorized blinds and shades are the way to go. You’ll want to optimize light and views by fully raising your shades sometimes, and automatic blinds and shades are the simplest way to achieve that. Avoid the step stool and use the Graber motorization app on your phone or a remote control to lift all your tall shades at once, or one at a time.

2. Hard-To-Reach Windows

Motorized pleated shades in a kitchen.

You could have a fantastic home office arrangement, complete with a roomy desk strategically placed in front of a window to enjoy the advantages of natural sunlight. However, when the sun dips lower and starts casting excessive backlight on your monitor, you'll find it inconvenient to have to fumble to shut the blinds or shades. The unexpected inconvenience of accidentally knocking over your pen holder while reaching for the blinds may leave you yearning for the convenience of automatic blinds.

3. Bedroom Windows

Motorized roller shades in a bedroom.

Perfecting the sleep schedule is an art and science all its own. Add automatic blinds and shades for convenience and functionality. Prepare for sleep by having a Graber motorized solution like motorized roller shades already lowered when you enter your bedroom. Explore shades and blinds perfect for bedrooms here

The Bottom Line

Choosing to upgrade with motorized blinds and shades makes sense when you consider the rooms and circumstances where it will save you time and stress. There are plenty of control options, styles, and power supply choices so you can rest easy, at the touch of a button.

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