Installing your Motorized Blinds: Hiring a Professional vs. doing it yourself
Motorized blinds are the best alternative to manual blinds for the convenience they present. They are not only elegant; they also deliver comfort, safety, and efficiency. With a push of a button, you get to close or open all the windows of your home, or office at once – that’s incredible.
Most homeowners today are enthusiastic about DIY projects, handling everything from building a retaining wall to installing a new ceiling. While do-it-yourself jobs may turn out just fine, there are many scenarios where homeowners find themselves stuck midway through the projects, wishing they would call the professionals in the first place.
Installing window blinds always seem easy, at first, and is why many homeowners opt for a DIY. But, many things could go wrong, especially if you’re taking care of all the windows in your home. The stress you’ll save and the peace of mind you’ll get from hiring a professional will be well worth it at the end of the day. If you’re still contemplating between hiring a professional and doing it yourself, this article will help you make an informed decision.
With motorized blinds DIY, you are sure to save up on the initial cost of hiring a professional. You also get the satisfaction of accomplishing the job yourself. However, chances are you won’t have a guaranteed quality installation that you would get with a professional. With experts, all blinds will be seamlessly installed for perfect functionality; assured. They will stand behind their work, and warranty the entire process against defects.
If you have experience handling the automated blinds, then you can quickly take on the job. However, if you’re just getting started, this can be a messy undertaking that will leave you stressed and frustrated. A professional installer, on the other hand, will deliver a clean look with much ease. Unlike you who are trying out, they are sure of all steps that go into the process and won’t put multiple holes in your walls or windows due to wrong measurements. They also won’t leave you with sloppy cords or crooked blinds. Remember the professionals do this all day, every day. This is their job. Furthermore, they are backed by job-specific tools that allow them to make onsite modifications if the need arises – for example; they have tools to cut blinds to size. Do you?
Automated blind means you being able to open and shut your blinds with a single click of a button. There’s a lot that goes into the process than meets the eye – there are proper wiring and installation too. If you opt for motorized blinds DIY, think about the manufacturer’s warranty. In case you make a mistake, you could potentially make it void. Professional installation maximizes the warranty and covers against technical mishaps in the system; you’ll be wowed by how professional the windows look and the warranted work you get.
When you decide to invest in superior electric blinds for your office or your entire home, you will find that the extra investment in a professional will go a long way. This especially true for more involved blinds like roller blinds, roman blinds, timber Venetian blinds, panel glides and whisper cellular shades that open bottom or top.