Window furnishings are on the move thanks to Designed Blinds Australiaâ€™s exclusive MOVE motorised system for blinds.
April 1st, 2010
MOVE motorisation provides convenience and ease of operation while also helping to preserve window furnishings, as manually operated blinds can be subject to excessive wear and tear.
In contrast, the smooth, controlled movements of the motorised system can extend a blind’s lifespan.
Designed Blinds Australia’s MOVE motorised blinds have been rigorously tested to meet the highest of standards and are backed by a five-year warranty. The company has a range of options to suit everyone including a variety of more economical choices for the budget conscious.
The MOVE motorised system offers applications for Roller, Roman and Venetian blinds and has a quiet, discreet operation making it ideal for every area of the home such as bedrooms, living and entertainment domains.
With MOVE’s flexibility up to three blinds can be operated by one motor. The blinds can link around corners of up to 90 degrees and provide an ideal solution for bay windows, difficult corners and any hard-to-reach places.
People with limited strength or mobility will find the motorised system eliminates the need for manual lifting.
A range of sleek, contemporary remote controls is set to suit any design scheme while all can be mounted in a variety of holders and wall mounts, in effect helping to create a look that complements a room’s style.
Easy-to-use timers can be programmed to raise or lower blinds at any time of the day or night and even when home owners are away on holiday. The stop position of the blinds also can be controlled to manage how much sunlight enters a room.
Smart feature options such as pre-programmed operations and solar-powered sun sensors enhance the convenience of the motorisation system and reduce energy consumption.
As a more stylish and affordable option for blinds motorisation, MOVE is poised for significant growth.
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