Benefits of having motorized blinds
There are several benefits of having motorized blinds which creates real value
With motorized blinds the never-ending job of pulling them up and down and adjusting them to various positions is history.
Experience the convenience and ease of having smart shades. With MOVE it's never been more easy. You are in full control of how your blinds will operate using your smartphone or the physical button on the unit.
There are several benefits and real value in having smart blinds and shades
Blinds that are hard to reach
Most of us have those blinds that are hard to reach. Make it easier for yourself and motorize and control them directly from your smartphone. With MOVE it has never been more easy.
Motorized blinds and shades save energy
Almost 40% of total energy consumption is used to heat, cool and operate electronic appliances in houses, public and private offices, shops and other buildings.
Improving energy performance in buildings is a top priority in all energy efficiency plans because heating and cooling accounts for a large part of total energy consumption. Knowing that windows are the weakest part of a building regarding energy performance, it can also be concluded that in the future there will be greater focus on reducing energy loss through windows in new construction and renovations.
Both heating and cooling costs can be reduced by controlling existing indoor blinds and shades optimally.
Heating from sunlight
To counteract warming through glass surfaces, different types of window coverings for both outdoor and indoor exist. Outdoor window coverings such as awnings and screens can reduce the heating in a room from sunlight by up to 80%. Many external window coverings have the disadvantage that the wind can make them unusable at times. An indoor window covering can generally reduce the heating of a room from sunlight by up to 20%.
Using an air conditioner three hours for cooling has an average power consumption of 10.5 kWh (energyusecalculator.com). If you live in a warm climate the cooling costs can be as high as 70% of the total energy consumption in the building.
Heat loss through windows
Glass is a very poor insulator and a building loses a significant part of its heat through the windows. By using the formula HL=WA x U x (Del) T, we can calculate the heat loss in a window that is 1.2 meters wide and 1.5 meters high and has a U-value of 2.5 W / m 2 ° C. The outdoor temperature is 0 degrees and the indoor temperature is 18 degrees. The total heat loss of the double-glazed window becomes 81 W.
With the formula above it’s possible to estimate that the average 30-50% of heat loss in a room in cold weather is due to losses through windows. Many outdoor window coverings have no impact at all in this regard, but indoor window treatments can also be used as an insulator to prevent heat loss through the windows. Common indoor window treatment products may reduce heat loss through windows by 5-15%.