Electric blinds are a great way of dressing apartment windows. Whether you have a large high-rise penthouse or a compact ground floor suite, electric blinds can transform your apartment living space. From reducing sun glare without blocking the view to hands-free convenience and automatic settings, electric blinds are the perfect fit for modern flats.
With a plethora of automated blind controls at your fingertips, you don’t even need to be at home to operate your electric blinds. Whether you live in your apartment full time or you are away for long periods of time, you can program your electric blinds to rise or fall at set times of the day. Furthermore, some electric blinds can be controlled via voice activated devices such as Siri or Alexa, so you never even need to lift a finger!
Reduce sun glare without blocking the view
If your apartment benefits from a spectacular view, the last thing you want to do is hide it! So, semi-transparent electric blinds are a fantastic way of reducing sun glare whilst still allowing you to see through and enjoy the outlook. With varying degrees of transparency – 1%, 3% or 5% – you can choose how see-through the screen fabric is. You can also add a secondary blind in a blackout fabric for when you want maximum coverage.
If you don’t have many power points within your apartment, wireless battery blinds are a great choice. Powered by household D-cell batteries that are housed within the roller barrel, they require no mains power. This makes installation incredibly simple. Plus, battery blinds are very energy efficient – lasting up to five years with average use – and the batteries are straightforward to replace.
If space is at a premium in your apartment, our concealed electric blinds are very discrete and don’t take up much space. The blinds can been hidden within a ceiling recess, or in a false ceiling or wall. Alternatively, our custom-made fascias conceal the bracket and roller barrel for a smart and polished look. Unlike curtains, electric roller blinds won’t cover the edges of your windows and sit flush against the window, maximising the interior space.