Motorised Blinds can be operated in a number of ways, from simple wall switches or radio remote controls to fully automated systems interfaced with other controls. By interfacing blinds with other building controls such as lighting, heating, and air conditioning, shading systems can become dynamic. Dynamic shading can have a big impact on building sustainability and carbon footprint, through optimising solar energy.
Shading control systems need regular maintenance and updates to check for issues on the system and make sure they are running the latest and most secure software versions.
As the landscape or cityscape around your building changes your pre-existing settings may need adjusting.
Labetts can help you optimise your Shading System Controls
Shading systems that are working effectively are key to building energy efficiency.
- Automatically open your blinds at times when glare is not going to cause an issue to reduce heating and lighting costs
- In summer open your blinds overnight to assist natural cooling, and drop them on East facing elevations in the morning to prevent early heat gains and reduce air-conditioning load.
- Interface with lighting controls to ensure daylight is optimised before switching on lights.
- Labetts combined visit strategy of blinds and controls engineers provides a platform for problem resolution, not passing off responsibility for issues.