Let go of the tangled, clumsy cords that come with manual window treatments. A motorised blind is a perfect choice for modern homes. It allows you to open and close your blinds quietly and seamlessly via the press of a button or a pre-set programme on a smart-app.

Moreover, motorised blinds provide you with security, convenience, and the flexibility to maximise the energy efficiency of your home’s blinds. So, whether you are renovating or want to change the style and feel of your rooms, you should think about replacing your current manual blinds with motorised ones.

Let’s have a look at how motorised blinds work and what are the benefits of using them.

How Does A Motorised Blind Work?

For those interested in learning how motorised blinds work, it is essential to note that some benefits in using them make them an attractive option for homeowners.

1. Quiet Operations

The most recent motor systems operate uber quietly, so you and your family will not be bothered by cranks and other loud noises.

Additionally, the motors are built into our headrail/tubing so that they are entirely hidden, so you will never see them functioning.

2. Ideal For Hard To Reach Windows

Control window treatments in hard-to-reach positions, such as skylights, double height windows and shaped blinds. Handily operate your blinds with minimal physical input.

3. Safety For Kids

Motorised blinds with remote control functionality reduce the need for cords, eliminating the risk of your child being entangled in the cords. Furthermore, using a remote to open or shut the blinds removes the need to struggle with cables.

4. Reduce Tear And Wear

You can increase the lifespan of your window coverings by installing motorised top down bottom shades and blinds. When motorised blinds are installed, it stops the erratic from tugging and pulling on your delicate blinds.

Moreover, tugging and pulling causes damage to window coverings and may eventually dislodge the hardware of your costly shades and blinds.

5. Choose Presets

Do you want your blinds to be open three-quarters of the way or halfway? If the sun is shining brightly in the afternoon, you may opt to shut the blinds. If this is the case, it is simple to programme your remote to remember the settings. This way, all you have to do is press the preset button, and your blinds will open and shut precisely when you want them to at predetermined times.

6. Solar Sensors

Some motorised blinds have optional solar sensors to detect how much sunlight enters a room. When daylight exceeds a predefined threshold, such sensors lower the blinds, preventing fading of furniture and other expensive stuff in your house.

Furthermore, you will be able to block out heat while also increasing energy efficiency since your rooms will be less heated. As a result, your air conditioning system will not have to work as hard to keep your home cool.

7. Enhance The Security Of Your Home

You may set the blinds to open or shut at different times of the day. When you are not at home, you may also set the blinds to open and shut at certain times to give the impression that someone is there. You will be able to improve the security of your house in this way.

8. Window Treatment Compatibility

Another benefit of motorised systems is that they are compatible with a wide range of window treatments. As a result, you won’t have to worry about whether the motorised system would work with your shaped blinds, roller shades, and anything else.

Why Should You Install Motorised Blinds On Your Windows?

There are benefits when installing motorised blinds. Here are some of them:

1. Safety

All of the motorised blinds use a ‘cordless’ method. Consider how dangerous the cords on your window blinds might be, particularly if you have pets or young children in the house. Cords hanging from blinds may also be twisted or tugged incorrectly, causing damage to the blind and incurring extra repair and replacement expenditures.

Moreover, installing motorised blinds from SONA to cover your windows eliminates the need for a conventional cable system, providing you with seamless and secure control of your blinds.

2. Accessibility

Do you have a window that has been installed at a high level or that cannot be accessed without a ladder? The best way to cover it is with one motorised blind, powered by solar, battery, or mains power. Motorised blinds at SONA also come with a smart app option, which allows you to specify the timings for opening and shutting the blinds through our smart hub device.

3. Security

If you need to leave your house for business, social events, or vacation, you can give the impression that someone is at home by setting motorised blinds to open and shut at certain times of day using the smart hub device provided by SONA. You may request our blinds in dimout fabric, which allows a mild tint of light through while maintaining your privacy, or in blackout fabric, which offers total privacy and is great for spaces such as bedrooms.

4. Shapes

If you have a gable end, apex, skylight or a unique shaped window, SonaApex or SonaSky motorised blinds will fit and cover it flawlessly. Because motorised blinds lack a ‘pull-cord,’ Blinds of various shapes and sizes may be accessible with the press of a button, providing you with seamless control and a variety of window options.

5. Decor

Installing motorised blinds is one of the things to consider when it comes to style and aesthetic appeal in your home’s decor. Motorised blinds are an excellent solution for homeowners who want to maximise light while also providing a unified aesthetic for their window profile.

Furthermore, if you’re interested in installing motorised blinds in your home, there are various motorised blinds to choose such as shapes, skylight, freehanging, and hanging blinds. Just select the right one that fits your requirement.

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