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How Motorized Shades Help You Protect Your Home

Secure Your Main Line, PA Property With Smart Solutions

How Motorized Shades Help You Protect Your Home

Home safety is one of the most important aspects of automation. Protecting your spaces with technology helps you feel secure and gives you peace of mind. And one of the easiest way to protect your home is with motorized shades. Not only will you have a system in place that lends privacy to any of your rooms, but it will also help detract attention from your home when you’re out. In this blog, we’ll show you how smart shading can help make your home safer. Read on for more.

Increasing Privacy

Many homeowners have two major concerns when they are looking for a new home: does it have enough windows, and if so, how will you keep your home private. Windows are essential to making your spaces feel warm and welcoming, but you don’t want to sacrifice your privacy for some sunlight. Motorized shades are the perfect solution.

Smart shading allows you to enjoy natural light while keeping the outside world from peering into your rooms automatically. Sunshades obscure visibility from far away, but make it easy for sunlight to filter through. If you decide you need more customizability, you can install a double roller with opaque shades that completely cover your windows. That way, you won’t have to worry about the outside looking in.

Smarter Safety

When you’re out, you don’t want to announce it to the world. You likely arm any smart locks and ensure your surveillance cameras are ready. But when you head out the door, your home can still look occupied when you have automated window treatments.

Typically, a homeowner will lower the shades before they leave so no one can see inside their unoccupied home. However, to make sure your home is truly safe, it helps to make it look like someone is home at all times. In the past, that meant leaving the TV on or some other energy-wasting practice. Today, you can program your shades – along with your lighting and other devices – to act as if they are being used normally.

By programming these settings under an “away” scene, you just have to press a button on your smartphone or tablet and your property will look occupied.

Are you ready to enjoy the extra safety of motorized shades in your Main Line, PA property? Contact Hi-Fi Sales today for more information!

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