To help make your life easier, Pugerudes offers motorized window coverings to homeowners in the Greater Seattle area. PowerView® motorization by Hunter Douglas brings your window treatments into the 21st century. With this operating system, you can adjust your blinds and shades without cords or wands, creating a safer environment for young children and pets.
How Motorized Blinds and Shades Work
Most window treatments available with PowerView are battery-operated, making them a snap to install because there is no need for additional wiring. The battery packs are easy to access, but stay hidden behind the headrail of the shade or blind.
Motorized window treatments can be operated in a variety of ways, making it easy to find something that works for you.
- Pebble remote control – This remote can be programmed to hold six different settings. Simply push one of the numbers on the remote and your selected window treatments move to the same position all at once.
- Smartphone or tablet – With the PowerView app, you can open and close your motorized shades or blinds from anywhere as long as you have wi-fi. If you forgot to shut your blinds to protect your home against the midday sun before you left for work, just use your phone to close them. You can also use your tablet to adjust your shades while you are on vacation to make it look like someone is home. The app also allows you schedule your window coverings to open and close when the sun rises and sets in your time zone.
- Voice command – You can even move your blinds by voice command with devices from Amazon and will soon be able to do the same with Apple® HomeKit™.
Motorization is available on numerous Hunter Douglas window treatments. To find the right motorized blinds and shades for your home, come speak to one of our experts at the Pugerudes showroom in Kent, Washington. Our service area includes all of Greater Seattle, including Auburn, Maple Valley, Renton (including Fairwood Community), Federal Way, Black Diamond, Covington, Newcastle, Normandy Park, and Des Moines.