Controlled lighting allows you to create the perfect setting in your home.
An integrated system, along with motorized shades and draperies, enables you to adjust the aesthetics to your liking. Instead of merely turning on / off various lights in the house, the system can work together in any combination to offer preset sequences or prearranged schedules. You can program scenes for scenarios like “reading,” “cocktail party,” or “movie viewing.” Imagine hosting a party and pressing one button to light the interior and exterior of your house in the most attractive manner.
Lighting also creates a more secure home.
As you approach your driveway, and with the touch of a button in your car, turn on your exterior flood lights, open the garage door and illuminate the hallway from your garage to your kitchen. One of the master controls for the entire home could be next to your bed. Should you hear a sound outside in the middle of the night, you can turn on all the lights in and outside the home. Or when you leave for vacation, just press one button so that lights turn on and off and shades close and open creating a pattern that suggests someone is still home.
Going Green with a Lighting Control system is a bright idea in reducing energy consumption.
With lighting accounting for about 20% of the energy used in a home, giving homeowner’s greater control over lighting means significant savings in energy bills. Occupancy sensors, dimmers, and timers are more than lifestyle conveniences. They also slash wasted energy use by eliminating lights burning needlessly in empty rooms, allowing lighting levels to be adjusted to the occasion, and turning lights on and off by schedule.