(ARA) - For Terry Metrovich, even the simplest physical tasks were difficult to complete. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Metrovich says getting dressed, getting up when the doorbell rings, and even opening and closing his shutters were difficult challenges he expected to face for the rest of his life. But when he discovered remote controlled shutters, his life got simpler.
"It's a freedom I didn't know I could enjoy," Metrovich says. "Remote controlled shutters make my life easier because I can adjust my window treatments all day long with just the push of a button."
Those with disabilities aren't the only ones who appreciate this small luxury. Homeowners across the country are discovering just how easy life can be with remote controlled shutters. This window treatment features a motor inserted into the base of the shutter which, through a remote control, operates all louvers in unison. For homeowners with out-of-reach windows or who just want a modern upgrade to a classic window treatment, this is the solution.
"The best thing about remote control shutters is that it appeals to different customers for many different reasons," says Dix Jarman, CEO of Sunburst Shutters, maker of Polywood remote control shutters. "It makes life easier, it saves time, and it's just plain cool."
Remote controlled shutters are designed to maximize convenience. This is the ultimate window treatment for homeowners who want to control their lighting environment and save on energy costs. It allows users to set the right amount of daylight for any activity and to increase or decrease light in any room within a few seconds. And because it's easy to control these shutters, customers can change their louver positions more often to set the right amount of light throughout the day.
Remote controlled shutters are perfect for windows in home theaters, behind bath tubs, in out-of-reach places and in homes that feature contemporary designs. Courtesy of ARAcontent
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