Lutron Shade & Control Discount Offer

Lutron products are at the forefront of the high-end lighting & automation space. While their products and ecosystem are of the highest quality, many of them are locked behind dealer qualifications, certifications, and minimum spend requirements. We have met all of this eligibility so you don’t have to. Because of our relationship with The Home Remote; we are offering these products and pricing to members of this community who would typically not have access to them directly. The discount offered is reflective of a self-install. Products purchased through our company helps increase our annual sales volume which results in direct-market perks in Northeast Oklahoma.

Premium Control Systems & Components:

  • Caséta & Caséta Pro
  • Radio RA2 Select
  • Radio RA2

Premium Automated Window Coverings (Sivoia QS Triathlon/Wireless):

  • Roller Shades
  • Honeycomb Shades
  • Tilt Blinds
  • Straight-Track Curtains
  • Tensioned Roller (Skylight) Shades

We will take the role of operating as a remote dealer by providing you with system technical information, pre-wiring & installation instructions, and help with configuration/setup. We’ll advise on the various offerings, lead times, and costs.

You will perform final dimensional measurements, overall plan/scoping, material selection, and the physical installation.

Note: Equipment, fabric sample books, and large-format fabric samples can be shipped but may have an associated fee and/or deposit requirement. A virtual fabric selection guide is also available.

How Much?
Lutron products are a premium-offering and have a price point that reflects their exclusivity. Their automated window drive units are the quietest in the industry and their devices have a reputation to “just work”. In the case of large control systems: a higher number of system components can drive the initial cost up before beginning to account for typical devices such as dimmers or keypads. Additional color selections and custom engraving make these offerings pricier than their big-box-store alternatives. Window coverings are highly customizable with many choices in mode operation, fascia, fabrics, power options, and controller compatibility.

For control system components, see the attached system comparison guide for pricing on common components utilized with those systems.

For a typical 24Wx36H” window:

  • Roller Shade: $586-$1,454
  • Honeycomb Shade: $500-955
  • Tilt Blinds: $574-594

All referrals originating from The Home Remote will receive a blanket 20% discount off list price.

Shipping cost is ~5% of total order cost.

Contact us with your project ideas and we’ll see what we can help you accomplish.

Solution Capacity LLC. / StatusAV DBA.
7107 S. Yale Ave. #110
Tulsa, OK 74136
918-636-0391 [Text]

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Automated Window Coverings:


Lutron has quite a few window covering options. All of these systems are compatible with stand-alone Pico transmitters, Caséta, RA2 Select, RA2, & Homeworks QSX.

Hardware Warranty:
0-5yrs: Full cost of product
5-8yrs: ½ cost of product

Battery vs. Hardwire:
Battery powered shades are a great option for existing spaces. 6-18x D-Cell batteries per shade, no tools needed. Drive motors utilize internal spring-assist tech similar to a garage door to reduce motor strain during lift. Battery life varies on a number of factors but is typically 2-5yrs. Hardwiring is an excellent option for new construction.

Cable Guided:
Helps stabilize shade movement where heavy airflow is present. Also useful when shades are mounted on doors.

Fascia Options:
Top fascia options include curved fabric-wrapped [Standard], or metal strait-edged options [Architectural].

Fabric Selections:
Fabrics ranging from economic to premium options are available.

  • Openness factor: Relates to the percentage of light that will travel through the shade material. 1-3% for room darkening. 15% for shear.
  • Light Fabrics: Reflect Light & Heat, Contributes to glare and reduces view. Fabric will blend into its surrounding.
  • Dark Fabrics: Absorb Light & Heat, Reduce glare and preserve view. Fabric will “pop”

Roll Direction:
This determines which way the fabric unrolls. Regular-roll will unroll the fabric off the top of the roll closest to the glazing, while reverse-roll will unroll the fabric closest to the room. Reverse-roll is useful when avoiding protruding window hardware.

This rotates the selected fabric 90 degrees which can sometimes assist with large window material constraint issues. However, some fabrics may not be capable of supporting their own weight properly when their orientation is changed in this manner.

A welded seam (sometimes with a fiberglass rod [baton] inserted) permanently stitches two pieces of fabric together. The presence of a seam can reduce visual artifacts present in large pieces of fabrics.

Mioré Effect:
Be careful when pairing sheer shades on windows which contain bug screens. This can create an unpleasant visual anomaly.

Light Gaps:
Small light gaps will be visible on the sides of the window covering (ranging from 1/8-1/2” depending on the type). These are automatically applied by the manufacture and cannot be overridden. They are there to ensure a slightly loose fit in the window to accommodate small variations in widow width. None of these products are designed to provide true 100% black-out functionality.

Tilt Blinds:
Wooden tilt blinds do not remotely raise and lower their louvers completely. Instead the drive mechanism controls their tilt angle. When paired with an intelligent controller they can track the sun throughout the day automatically to optimize light and privacy. Direct control temporarily overrides this functionality. Two top treatments are available.

Insulating Honeycomb Blinds:
Fabric blinds that “stack” at the top of the window rather than roll around a rod.

  • Light Filtering Single Cell: No view (shapes and shadows), fabric will glow.
  • Light Filtering Double Cell: Fabric color will appear richer, cells are smaller, slightly higher insulation than single cell
  • Room Darkening Single Cell: No view through fabric


Smaller length honeycomb shades(<22”) equipped with hidden external battery “sidecar”

Tensioned Shades:
Tensioned shades are great for skylights. Skylights can let in a lot of unwanted heat. The encasement surround must be large to accommodate the additional springs, rollers, and hardware – so it is best to plan for these during new construction. Hard-wire only.
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This is really cool, Brian. My Lutron (Caseata) system is rock solid and NEVER had an issue. I have 57 devices in my home and like you said… it just works. I highly recommend it.

Is the tensioned shades a new product? I have a front projector in a room with vaulted ceilings and sky lights. Room doesn’t get much use during the day lol!! Quick question… if hardwired is required can I assume low voltage? If so, can I use something like 18ga (or smaller?) so I can fish/hide easily? Thanks!

Agreed, Lutron is solid - but spendy!

The tensioned shades aren’t too new - and are actually a hybrid between Sivoia & Triathlon lines because they are set up for 4-condutor (2 power, 2 coms[this is how Homeworks communicates]) but are also still compatible with RF wireless communication options out-of-the-box. Because of this there is no battery option available, but yes to low-voltage.

The following guide will help with wire gauge determination:

  • 16AWG - 200’
  • 18AWG - 125’
  • 20AWG - 75’