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Motorized Blinds

Motorized blinds or shades can manage light easily from a skylight.
Skylight window treatments can be controlled by remote or electric switch
Apr 6 2011

Consumers have a choice of window coverings that are well-suited to skylights, but for the ease of adjusting the amount of sun that enters a room, a motorized window shade or blind can manage both light and window drafts.

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Motorized blinds or shades are an ideal accompaniment to a skylight.
Privacy and light can be managed by motorized window coverings for skylights
Mar 11 2011

The wide range of skylights that can be installed in a home these days is as varied as the architectural styles available to homeowners.

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Motorized window blinds or shades are good choices for a skylight window treatment.
Motorized window blinds are a good choice for skylight window treatment
Feb 9 2011

When Chicago area resident Kathleen Luttschyn and her husband needed to move their home office to make way for a nursery, it forced them to make better use of a loft space at the top of their stairs.

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Motorized blinds convenient for basement windows
Motorized blinds convenient for basement windows
Jan 7 2011

Many empty-nesters are looking for ways to create new areas in their homes by making use of space that was previously designated for storage.

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A roof window or skylight are easily shaded with motorized blinds.
Motorized blinds or shades suit the roof windows of an A-frame home
Dec 7 2010

The steep slope in the roof of an A-frame house creates an interesting decorating dilemma for the homeowners who live there.

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Adding motorized blinds or shades to a skylight helps control light and energy.
Motorized shades control light and heat on skylight windows
Nov 10 2010

Adding a cover to a skylight can create visual interest with a ceiling-level window treatment, but it's also a practical solution to controlling light and cold weather drafts.

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