Automated and Manual Options

Controlling Your Window Treatments 

 

While manual shades are the norm, we also offer automated (motorized) shades, blinds, shutters and drapery. As you narrow down your selections for your space, you’ll need to decide if you want to manually control your window treatments or if you’d like the added convenience that automation brings.

When considering automation, look for window treatments that adjust smoothly, precisely and quietly, and that you can count on to work reliably, all the time.

Automated Window Treatments

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Making your home comfortable is easy when you have automated window treatments. With the magic of motorization, you can control blinds, shutters or draperies with an app on your smart device, from anywhere, home or away. (You can also control them in your home with a remote.)

Add a hub, and you can create scenes (pre-determined settings) and schedules, so that your window treatments move at specific times of day. With a hub you’ll also be able to integrate your window treatments with other smart home systems for even greater functionality. Think voice control with Amazon Alexa, Siri or the Google Assistant, or scheduling your shades so that they open or close as your smart thermostat raises or lowers the temperature.

 

Manual operating systems

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Manual operating systems are just that; you manually adjust the shades. From simply pushing up or pulling down on the shade with your hand, to a variety of cord and wand styles with differing functionality, you have multiple options when it comes to adjusting your shades.

 

 

Reach out to your local Hunter Douglas specialist to help you create the perfect window treatments for your home.

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