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Motorised Blinds

No more running around the room to adjust your blinds and close the curtains! Take care of television glare or create your preferred ambience by operating your motorised blinds from the comfort of your armchair or bed.

If you’re looking for more information about our quality motorised blinds, please view our home automation page.

Concorde Blinds can motorise virtually all of our products including Roller, Duette, Duo Roll, Roman, Venetian and even Curtains. Meaning that we can provide different products throughout your home that can all be part of one Home Automation system.

Motorised blinds require 2 things, power and control. Power can come from one of 2 places, either mains powered where the blind is essentially plugged in to a socket or fused spur. Alternatively, this power can come from a rechargeable battery – this tends to be the more common power source, especially for new build homes as there is no need for any wiring or power cables running to the blinds. 

Black One Touch Motorised Duo Rolls blinds

Battery powered motorised blinds are the perfect solution for the new build home. Instantly add motorised blinds to your windows and doors that are installed just like a manually operated blind. The battery packs are Li-Ion just like your smart phone or tablet, the difference being that they only need charging once per year (dependant on use and size of product). You can also opt for a solar panel to remove the need for charging the blind, this is ideal for blinds in hard to reach areas. 

All motorised blinds and curtains are operated by remote control as standard, this can be an individual remote control per blind, or a multi-channel remote that can operate multiple blinds. With the addition of a smart home hub your motorised blinds can also be operated by phone, tablet and smart speaker. With this addition you can set scenes, scenarios and have the blinds set to raise/lower at specific times. 

Cordless automatic blinds are safe for both children and pets, providing you with the peace of mind that no accidents can happen with your blinds when your back is turned.

Of course, alongside enhanced safety, automatic blinds also provide an extra layer of comfort, luxury and security to your home, allowing you to sit back and relax, changing the position of your blinds without having to instruct them. 

Features of Motorised Blinds:

  • Remote control or integrate into your home automation. 
  • Perfect for hard to reach areas
  • Increased security by offering implied occupancy, blinds can move without you being in the property. 
  • Motorisation is available for all blind types. 
  • Differing power supply and control options. 
  • Child safe as there are no hanging wires, cords or chains. 
  • Easy to operate with the simple touch of a button, voice activation or automated instruction. 

Get In Touch Today!

Contact us today for more information and to speak to one of our friendly team. Head over to our contact page or call us on 01234 841535. If you have approximate measurements, we can provide an initial price for your blinds within a few hours of your enquiry.

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If you are looking for a made to measure Blinds | Curtains | Shutters | Awnings in Bedford, Luton, Milton Keynes, St Neots, Biggleswade, Northampton and surrounding areas, our Woburn Road Industrial Estate-based showroom in Bedford, is easily accessible with free parking. Our showroom is easy to find from all surrounding towns and villages using postcode MK42 7BY.

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20 minutes on the A421 from Milton Keynes

20 minutes on the A1/A603 from Biggleswade

20 minutes on the A1/A421 from St Neots

30 minutes on the M1 or A6 from Luton

35 minutes on the M1 from Northampton

35 minutes on the M1 from Harpenden


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