Motorized blinds

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  1. Kevin_Welch

    Kevin_Welch Agent

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    I am looking to cover an opening that goes down to my sunken sun room I am looking at adding motorized vertical blinds, to use when i am watching my theater during the day, what company would you recomend for the product im looking for? any one done this? how did it work?
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  2. Pam W

    Pam W Stunt Coordinator

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    There are a lot of different products out there that work quite well; naturally some better than others. Do a search on the web for motorized blinds. The better-known companies (Lutron, Kirsch, etc.) all have great products to offer. Make sure you check out "black-out" shades, though - it'll make a huge difference.

    Pam
     
  3. Jeffrey_S

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    I used Hunter-Douglas PowerRise Opaque blinds in my basement hometheater to cover a window and a french door for daytime viewing. I had to build a custom-made channel on either side of each blind to blockout every last bit of light. In the end, it worked out very well and I'm really pleased with this product.

    Jeff
     

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