PowerView Motorization from Hunter Douglas

Motorized Blinds & Shades

Hunter Douglas PowerView® Motorization

Window treatments aren’t just what covers the window—they’re also about ease of operation and safety. That’s where various lift systems come in, and Hunter Douglas has many to choose from. All of them are great selections; however, the cream of the crop is PowerView® Motorization. Read on to learn more, or speak with a trained consultant at Windo VanGo today!Continue Reading

Motorize Your Window Fashions with Platinum™ Technology

If you thought window fashion automation was out of your reach, think again! Hunter Douglas, leaders in window fashion innovation, offers a variety of automation options for your window treatments. Using wireless communication and the proprietary Platinum™ Technology, Hunter Douglas motorized lifting systems for combine both line-of-sight (using infrared technology) and “out-of-sight” control (using radio frequency technology) to control your window treatments. Battery-powered, these systems are easy to install and require no additional wiring.

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Window Treatments of the Future

Window Treatment TechnologyThe future is here! Technology changes everything, including the world of window treatments and interior design. At Windo VanGo, our new showroom in Marriottsville highlights all the latest window treatment technology to help you choose the perfect Hunter Douglas window fashions and operate them once they’re installed.

Technology to Help You Choose Blinds and Shades

The Art of Window Dressing from Hunter Douglas is a great resource for you to find the perfect window coverings for your home. The free app from Hunter Douglas will let you:

  • View striking room photography to gather ideas for your home window treatment projects.
  • Save your favorite window treatment designs and share on Facebook or email to friends and family.
  • Personalize the experience by uploading your own room photographs. Or, find one on the site and then select your window treatments, colors and fabrics.

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Why Motorize Your Window Treatments?

Window Treatment MotorizationIt’s a trend we just see growing more and more throughout the Baltimore area – window treatment motorization. Many people are looking to automate their entire homes, while others just want the ease and convenience of operating their blinds and shades using a remote control. Window treatment motorization systems can be used to operate most any window treatments, including those you already have hanging in your windows. Continue Reading

Latest Technology in Window Treatment Motorization and Automation

Platinum Motrorization Systems from Hunter DouglasThere’s never been a better time than for home automation! From lights and security systems to your blinds and drapery, the technology of automation brings ease and convenience to your life. At Windo VanGo, we specialize in a wide range of automation and motorization options, ranging from hard-wired to battery operated solutions. Many varieties of blinds, shades, and drapery can be motorized. Often, we can add motorization kits to your existing window coverings.

Benefits of Motorizing Your Window Treatments

Here are just a few benefits to window treatment automation:

Increased safety. Even though much improvement has been made to window treatment cord systems over the years, they can still pose a danger to kids and pets. Motorization removes cords completely, vastly improving the child and pet safety of your window treatments.

Ultimate convenience. Some blinds and shades are very large, or in difficult to reach places such as up in skylights or behind bathtubs. Even if window treatments are within reach, motorization features allow you to automatically adjust your shades and blinds based on the time of day, or even the amount of sun shining through the window.

Energy efficiency. Timers and advanced automation systems can help you save energy by reducing your heating and cooling costs. The right shades can help you save up 50% on energy costs.Continue Reading