We have just installed some hardwired electric rolling blinds as part of a large house renovation in Teddington, London. The open plan living / dining room featured large floor to ceiling sliding doors, overlooking the garden. Our client wanted an electric blind system that would be hidden from view when not in use so a blind pocket system was required. We worked with the building contractors and electricians to construct a suitable recess into which the blinds would retract and to ensure that the blinds had the power points needed for the blinds to work perfectly. Four electric blinds were fitted to cover each of the window panels and a multi channel remote control allows our client to control the blinds all together or individually.
Blind Ceiling Recess
If you want your blinds to sit neatly out of view when they are not being used, creating a bespoke recess or pocket is the best solution. This is ideally done during a building project or renovation so that the recess can be incorporated into the design and the electric points installed, rather than being fitted retrospectively. We have plenty of experience working with building contractors to make sure a suitably sized pocket is fitted.
Multi-Channel Remote Control
Traditional remote control handsets are still a very popular choice amongst our customers and a multi-channel system allows you to control more than one blind or groups of blinds at once. We also have automated options which give you the option of pre-programming the blinds to open or close at set times of the day. Take a look at our Electric Blind Controls page to find out more.
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This is a fine example of how electric roller blinds can provide a neat and tidy shading solution for your home. By incorporating the electric blinds pocket into the design of the room and window frame, our client can make the most of the light and view when the blinds are not in use. To find out more, take a look at our Electric Roller Blinds page or contact us for a no obligation quote – email firstname.lastname@example.org.