Motorization Options

Maybe you've got a hard-to-reach window.
Maybe you just geek out on the cool factor. (We do, too!)
Either way, Stoneside is your go-to resource for motorized shades.

There are two types of motorization remote controls: Infrared and radio. Infrared controls allow you to operate shades in your line of sight up to 15 feet away. With radio controls, you can operate shades up to 90 feet away in an open space and up to 65 feet away through two concrete walls - you don't even have to be in the same room.

If you decide to go with radio controls, you can choose between a hand-held remote or a wall-mounted control panel. Only hand held controls can be used with infrared controls.

Hand-held remotes come in a single-channel model (which allows you to operate one or more shades as a group) or in an eight-channel model (which allows you to operate many shades assigned to up to eight independent groups).

Wall controls are available in a single-channel model or in a four-channel model.

Radio controls are available in a single-channel or a five-channel wall-mounted model in white, ivory or black.

Either way you go, motorized shades are an easy-to-use, convenient and stunning addition to your home or office.

To help you select the best options for your needs, request a free in-home design consultation.

Remotes

The hand held remotes can be used to control your motorized window coverings. They can be used alone or in combination with a wall switch, timer, or sun sensor. Remotes are available in 1 channel, 5 channel and 16 channel configurations. The choice of remote control depends on the user's preference and how you want to control your window coverings, individually or as a group. Individual control means that you can control each window independent of another window. Group control means that all of the window coverings in that group will always raise and lower together.

Wall Switches

Wireless wall switches can be used to control your motorized window coverings. They can be used alone or in combination with a hand held remote, timer or sun sensor. Wall switches are available in 1 or 5 channel configurations and in 3 colors- white, ivory or black to match with your dècor. The choice of wall switch depends on the user's preference and how you want to control your window coverings, individually or as a group. Group control means that all of the window coverings in that group will always raise and lower together.

A timer can be used to control an individual window covering or a group of window coverings. The timer allows you to set specific times for your window coverings to open and close.

A sun sensor can be used to control an individual window covering or a group of window coverings. The sun sensor allows the user to set a window covering to raise and lower based on the amount of light that is coming through the window.