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Bring your Window Treatments into the Future with Motorization

Motorized shades and blinds are the wave of the future. Do you remember when garage door openers were not motorized? The same trend is happening with blinds, shades and shutters!

Are you tired of glare on your big screen TV when trying to watch Sunday afternoon football? Do you raise the shades in your house in the morning and then lower them at night?  Consider the time savings of motorization. 

Motorized shades and blinds are the wave of the future.  Do you remember a time when garage door openers were not motorized?  It’s in the past!  The same holds true for motorization of blinds and shades. It’s the wave of the future!

Benefits of Motorization:

Convenience Motorized shades make hard-to-reach and wide window coverings easier to operate.  You can control multiple window coverings at once with a touch of a button.  Multiple control options fit a variety of lifestyles:  wall switches, remote controls and timers.

Safety and Security Motorization is a safer alternative to cords that are traditionally used to operate window coverings and are ideal for homes with children and pets.  With home automation systems becoming rapidly more affordable, motorized blinds can be tied into your security system and use automatic timers to control window coverings at night or while away.

Style No messy cords to detract from the beauty of the blind or shade. 

Energy Efficiency Program your blinds to be open (when the sun is shining in the winter) to warm your home, or program them to be closed (in the summer) to optimize your air conditioning.

Operation Motorized shades (cellular, pleated, roman, solar, roller and woven wood shades) feature “lift” operation; shades go UP and DOWN.  Motorized blinds (wood, composite, vinyl and aluminum) feature “tilt” operation; blind slats tilt FORWARD and BACK.  Motors are smooth and quiet with batteries that last up to a year.  They can also be hard wired into your electrical system and some are even solar powered!

Call for a free in-home consultation to learn more about motorization…just in time for the Big Game!

 

Budget Blinds of Enfield

 Phone: 860-265-3900

Hours: By Appointment

www.budgetblinds.com/enfield

www.facebook.com/budgetblindsofenfield

www.twitter.com:  @bbofenfield

(E) LMongillo@budgetblinds.com

 

About Budget Blinds 

 Budget Blinds is the largest and fastest growing window covering company of its kind in the United States, recently celebrating it's 20th anniversary in business.  “With lifestyles becoming more hectic, consumers require the most convenient services possible for home improvements.  Our window-covering specialists come directly to consumers’ homes or offices to display working samples, discuss colors and options.  The consultation is free and removes the guesswork from choosing window coverings.  Samples are held in your windows and matched to your decor, in your own light.

About Always Decorating, Inc. dba Budget Blinds of Enfield

Laurie and Ron Mongillo are the owners of Always Decorating Inc., dba Budget Blinds of Enfield.  They bring a unique value proposition to your window covering challenges. Laurie understands color, design and project management, having worked in sales and marketing in the printing industry for many years.   Laurie's clients know they can rely on her to help with window covering choices that will compliment their decor. Ron is a licensed electrical engineer.  He owned his own business for over 20 years and worked for a major utility company designing substations.  Ron will make sure your blinds, shades, shutters and custom window treatments are measured and installed properly. His electrical background comes in very handy with motorization!

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