REMOTE CONTROL BLINDS
We have developed our own ranges of pure™ remote control blinds that have been specifically designed for use in conservatories. Our pure™ remote controlled blinds are neater to fit in complex shapes and means we can account for the large amount of blinds that might be needed.
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WHY DO OUR REMOTE CONTROL BLINDS STAND OUT?
Our remote control blinds are designed specifically for conservatories, rather than being adapted from standard house blinds. Our motorised blinds system is designed to cope with more than a few blinds – in fact a single control box can operate up to 36 blinds, and with up to 3 boxes you can have 99 blinds all operating at once, in up to 9 different zones and even individually.
COMPARE REMOTE BLINDS FEATURES
We have different remote options based around the amount of blinds that need motorisation. Take a look through the different options to see which would be best for you:
|RANGE||MAX NUMBER OF BLINDS||MAX NUMBER OF ZONES||OPERATION||DETAILS|
|99||9||Individual, Group & Simultaneous||Most flexible option. Ideal for large conservatories with complex blind arrangements|
|36||2||Group & Simultaneous||Ideal for typical conservatories or large glazed roofs, where no individuals operation is required|
|36 pleated or 24 pinoleum||9||Individual (up to 18 blinds), Group & Simultaneous||All of the advantages of pureduo2™ and puresolo™. Control up to 18 blinds individually, plus 18 more in a group.|
|6||1||Simultaneous||Ideal for very small conservatories, and for use with our pureaspect™ Gable Blinds|
|24||1||Sequential||Alternative range with less flexibility than the pure™ Remote Control systems. Ideal for medium sized conservatories.|
COVERING MORE GLASS
Unlike other roof blinds, our electric blinds have much narrower tops – in fact our pure™ blinds often have the same top apex width as other company’s manual blinds, so our blinds cover much more of the glass.
You can also stop the blinds at any point to keep them only partially open, giving you complete control over the amount of shade in your conservatory. Each blind group can be controlled in the same way, allowing you to partially open several blinds all with a press of a button.
SLEEK AND ATTRACTIVE
There is no ugly wiring loom tucked behind the remote control blinds, no mis-matched hardware that stands out like a sore thumb, no exposed motors and no need for multiple hardware boxes. Our motorised are simply the most attractive solution for conservatories.
As a company, you have cracked the simple but precious 'magic formula':
contented, lovely and reliable employees
+ quality product
+ acceptable pricing
+ an honest and up-front approach
= happy customers!
Keep doing what you do and thank you for such a positive experience - we could not be more thrilled with our new blinds.
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