Which Motorized Solution is Right for You?
The convenience that motorized shades bring to your Indianapolis living space has a way of transforming your daily life and everyday activities.
They have eliminated the need to get up and pull a string only for your blinds and curtains to come crumbling down on you or to get stuck up too high for you to reach. Never mind when you have to get up and lower them in the middle of a movie or game so you can rid yourself of horrible TV glares!
So you know automated window treatments are a must for your home, but now you’re suddenly faced with the decision between wired or wireless solutions for them.
There’s no need to wonder what the essential differences between the two installations are – we’re here to lay it all out for you.
In this blog, we’ll determine what the advantages are to each, so you can decide which is the right choice for you, your home, and your family. Want to learn more? Keep reading below.
Wired Shades Solutions
When you’re choosing between the two options for your window treatments, you need to consider how long-term of an installation you want it to be.
Hard-wired shades require a more lengthy and expensive installation process. We often recommend any wired project for a new construction, since it’s a more extensive one. This way, it’s easier to work around your layout and customize how you want your shades to look.
But for example, Lutron has many more fabric and pattern options for their wired solutions and products. You’ll have more styles available to you, and ones that can match your existing décor and interior design.
Another thing to note is that wired shades are a little quieter than wireless ones – not by much, but if you never want to hear a peep from your technology, then this might be best for you.
For an installation that you intend to have a long lifespan, you can’t go wrong with wired motorized shades.
Wireless Shades Solutions
Innovators have found many new and exciting ways for your wireless shades to be just as advanced as their wired counterparts.
With a battery life that can last years and is easily accessible to change, you won’t have to worry about them going out and having half your shades work and the others malfunction.
Wireless shades are also easier to install and can fit into most rooms and spots that might not allow a full-on wired installation there. Quieter and less expensive, a wireless option is excellent if you’re prepared to change out and pay for its batteries every few years or so.
Whether they’re wired or wireless – motorized shades are a necessity for your home’s windows. Want to learn even more about which solution is best for you?
Give us a call or fill out our contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation. Our team would love to hear from you!