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Frequently Asked Questions

In Layman’s terms,
Motorized Blinds

  • Motorized blinds have an electric motor and can be controlled remotely.
  • Motorized blinds are cordless and programmed for energy efficiency.
  • They cost more upfront. 

Non-Motorized Blinds

  • Non-motorized blinds are operated manually with cords, chains, or wands.
  • They are less convenient and require caution for safety.
  • They are generally more budget-friendly.

Motorized blinds offer a modern and convenient solution for window coverings, combining functionality with technological advancements to enhance the comfort and convenience of living space.

Motorized blinds work by using an electric motor to control their movement. Here’s a simplified explanation of how they work:

  • Electric Motor: Motorized blinds have an electric motor embedded in the headrail or the roller tube of the blinds. This motor is the heart of the automated system.
  • Power Source: The motor is powered by batteries or hardwired into the home’s electrical system. Battery-operated motorized blinds are more flexible in terms of installation since they don’t require a nearby power outlet, while hardwired ones don’t require battery replacements.
  • Control Options: Smart motorized blinds can be controlled in several ways:
  1. Remote Control: A handheld remote allows you to raise, lower, or adjust the blinds from a distance within the specified range.
  2. Wall Switch: Some motorized blinds come with wall-mounted switches for local control.
  3. Smartphone App: Many smart motorized blinds can be connected to a smartphone app, enabling remote control from your phone or tablet.
  • Smart Home Integration: Some motorized blinds can be integrated into smart home systems, such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, allowing voice control and automation.
  • Automation and Programming: Motorized blinds often offer automation features, allowing you to set schedules for opening and closing the blinds at specific times. For example, you can automatically program them to open in the morning and close in the evening.
  • Sensors (Optional): Some motorized blinds can be equipped with sensors, such as light sensors or temperature sensors. These sensors can trigger the blinds to adjust automatically based on the room’s amount of sunlight or temperature.
  • Safety Features: Many motorized blinds have safety features that prevent damage and ensure smooth operation. For instance, they may have built-in sensors to detect obstacles or resistance, stopping the blinds from closing on objects.
  • Manual Override (Optional): Some motorized blinds may have a manual override function. This allows you to manually control the blinds by hand in case of a power outage or if you prefer manual operation.
    Overall, motorized blinds offer a modern and convenient way to control natural light, privacy, and energy efficiency in your home with the added benefits of safety and automation.

Motorized blinds are a great way to add convenience and style to any room. Many motorized blinds are available, each with unique features and benefits. Here’s a brief overview of the most popular types:

  • Motorized Roller Blinds: These blinds feature a single piece of fabric that rolls up and down, controlled by a motor. They are simple, sleek and offer various fabric options, including light-filtering and blackout materials.
  • Motorized Venetian Blinds: Venetian blinds have horizontal slats that can be tilted to control light and privacy. Motorized versions allow for easy adjustment of slat angles and raising/lowering of the blinds.
  • Motorized Roman Blinds: Roman blinds are made of soft fabric that folds into pleats when raised. Motorization enables smooth and precise control of raising and lowering the blinds.
  • Motorized Vertical Blinds: Vertical blinds have vertically hanged slats that can be rotated to control light and quickly drawn to the side for total window exposure. Motorization simplifies adjusting the slats and opening/closing the blinds.

Yes, motorized blinds can be hardwired. Hardwiring motorized blinds involves connecting them directly to the electrical wiring of a building or home. Hardwired motorized blinds can be controlled using wall switches, remote controls, or integrated into smart home systems, offering convenience and seamless operation. 

However, it’s important to note that hardwiring requires professional installation by a specialist to ensure safety and compliance with building codes. Talk to the specialist

Yes, motorized blinds can be connected to your smart device. Through smart home integration, you can control your motorized blinds using your smartphone or other smart devices like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. This allows for convenient remote operation, scheduling, and integration with other smart home features.

Yes, you can manually operate motorized blinds. Motorized blinds are automated shades controlled remotely through a wall switch or voice assistants like Alexa or Google Home. However, they also have manual operation options, allowing you to adjust them manually like traditional blinds. 

Depending on the type of motorized blinds, you can use a wall switch, remote, or built-in bottom rail. Some motorized blinds have a manual override feature that allows you to unlock the motor for manual adjustments. Always refer to the manual for proper instructions on manual operation.

The choice of motorization system depends on your needs, budget, and the location of your blinds. Motorized blinds do not always need to be plugged in. Battery-powered motorization systems do not require a power outlet, while plug-in and hardwired motors do.

Both electricity and batteries can power motorized blinds. It depends on the user’s choice of how he prefers to motorize his blinds.

  • Electrical Powered Blinds: Electric motorized blinds are directly connected to a power source through an electrical outlet nearby. The blinds are connected to a power outlet via a power cord. A benefit of using an electrical power source is that it ensures a continuous power supply for motorized blinds.
  • Battery Powered Blinds: As the name shows, battery-powered blinds use a power motor that runs on batteries. The batteries provide the necessary power for the motor to manage and move the blinds up and down. These batteries are usually rechargeable.

One of the frequently asked questions, Yes, we heard you. 

Motorized blinds are designed to be quiet, and the noise level of the motors can vary depending on the brand and product type. Generally, they produce a soft humming or whirring sound, which is hardly noticeable and not disruptive to the environment. Manufacturers prioritize reducing motor noise to ensure a peaceful and unobtrusive user experience. As a result, most motorized blinds are considered to be very quiet during operation.

The duration of battery life in motorized blinds varies as it depends on various factors, such as the type of motor, the frequency of use, the size of the blinds, and the quality of the batteries. Generally, battery life can range from several months to a few years. Some advanced motorized blinds may also come with energy-saving features that help extend the battery life.

Motorized blinds can be powered in two ways:

  1. Battery-Powered: Battery-powered blinds use rechargeable batteries to operate. They are convenient and easy to install; however, battery maintenance is required.
  2. Hardwired: Hardwired blinds connect directly to electrical wiring for a continuous power supply. They are more reliable and permanent but require professional installation.

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Depending on the type and power source, motorized blinds can be moderately challenging to install.
Battery-powered blinds are easier to install, while hardwired options may require professional help. DIY enthusiasts can follow provided instructions, but professional installation is available for a hassle-free experience.

Motorized blinds offer several benefits that make them worth considering for many homeowners. Here are some advantages of motorized blinds:

  1. Convenience: Motorized blinds operate with the push of a button, a smartphone app, or even with voice commands. They are easy to adjust your blinds without getting up from your seat or interrupting your activities.
  2. Energy Efficiency: Motorized blinds can be programmed to open and close automatically according to the time of day, the amount of sunlight, or the temperature, which helps to regulate the temperature of your home and reduce energy consumption.
  3. Safety: Motorized blinds eliminate the need for cords or chains, which can be a safety hazard for children and pets. You can operate motorized blinds without cables or chains, ensuring your home is safe for your loved ones.
  4. Style and Aesthetics: Motorized blinds can be customized to match your home décor and style. They are available in various colors, fabrics, and textures, making finding the perfect fit for your home easy.

Including built-in motors and sensors for remote control and automation, along with using higher-quality materials, contribute to the higher cost. The added comfort, elegance, and unique automated features provided by smart blinds also justify the higher price for many homeowners who value convenience and modern technology in their window treatments.


The cost of motorized blinds can vary widely depending on several factors, such as the type of motorization system, the size and type of the blinds, and the brand and quality of the materials used.