Mecho Congratulates Interior Services, Design Team, and Peninsulators as First-Ever Preferred Automation Dealers
March 16, 2023 | Mecho Preferred Automation Dealer
Mecho is proud to announce Interior Services, Design Team, and Peninsulators as our first-ever Preferred Automation Dealers. These companies have been selected based on their expertise in shade automation and their commitment to providing high-quality shading solutions to their customers.
Mecho's Preferred Automation Dealers have full access to our wide range of shade automation solutions, including our cutting-edge SolarTrac and Power over Ethernet (PoE) technologies. These technologies are designed to help customers achieve their smart building dreams while optimizing energy usage, enhancing indoor comfort, and improving the overall aesthetic of their buildings.
SolarTrac is Mecho’s state-of-the-art, scalable solution for window shade automation. No other automated shade system can match SolarTrac’s modularity, versatility, and flexibility. Our comprehensive shade-system is designed to optimize the natural daylight and increase energy efficiency in your project. All while ensuring occupant comfort with the flexibility and performance to meet their evolving needs. No matter what size your project is, SolarTrac can be custom configured to fit its unique goals. From a large-scale, fully automated building utilizing real-time data sourced from internet weather down to a basic scheduler for a single office, our custom designed, modular, automated system fits your project's requirements every time. If you can dream it, we can build it.
In addition to SolarTrac, Mecho's Preferred Automation Dealers will also have access to our PoE technology. This innovative technology allows shades to be powered and controlled through a single network cable, reducing installation costs and streamlining the shading automation process. This makes it an ideal solution for customers who are looking for a more efficient and cost-effective shading automation system.
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"At Mecho, we believe that the future of shading is about automation and innovation," said David Robinson, Mecho's Director of Automation. "That's why we are proud to be working with companies like Interior Services, Design Team, and Peninsulators as our first ever Mecho Preferred Automation Dealers. These companies show dedication and have a deep commitment towards completing the most innovative and highest-quality shade automation projects in the world".
Mecho's shading automation solutions are designed to help our preferred dealers and customers create the perfect indoor environment. Our products are ideal for use in a wide range of projects such as large commercial offices, higher education buildings, multi-family housing, healthcare facilities, and much more. With Mecho's shade automation solutions, customers can maximize their indoor comfort while increasing energy efficiency and enhancing the overall aesthetic of their space.
Mecho Preferred Automation Dealers will be at the forefront of the industry's shift towards automation in the context of integrated Smart Buildings. These companies are poised to lead the way in providing customers with cutting-edge shading solutions that optimize energy usage, improve indoor comfort, and enhanced building aesthetics, with shades working in tandem with interior lighting, external lighting, HVAC, etc
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"Mecho is excited to work with these three exceptional companies to bring our shade automation capabilities to commercial buildings across the country," said Robert Blomstrom, Vice President of Sales at Mecho. "Together, we can make a real difference in the industry and help customers create more sustainable, smart, and comfortable environments."
Since 1969, Mecho® has been a trusted partner to architects, designers and engineers to help bring their design visions to life. Mecho is consistently at the forefront of revolutionizing window shades and thrives in hard-to-solve design and technical challenges. Mecho embraces projects that call for nonrectangular, sloping, high, wide, difficult-to-access, and other non-standard windows.
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