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Illuminate Your Living Space with Home Lighting Control

Check Out the Top Benefits of a Smart Lighting System

Illuminate Your Living Space with Home Lighting Control

Transforming your home design can sometimes be as simple as pressing a button. With one tap, a few select rooms, or your entire home, can become illuminated with bright or perfectly-dimmed lights. This is the power of home lighting control.

Lighting has a significant impact on a variety of smart home design components: from aesthetics and comfort to convenience, security, and more. In this blog, we’ll explore how lighting automation can elevate your daily lifestyle. Keep reading below for more on this smart solution!

Added Convenience to Your Everyday Lifestyle

Home lighting can help completely kickstart your day. Creating “scenes” can simplify your everyday tasks. Morning scenes can slowly turn on your bedroom and bathroom lights, allowing you to adjust to the new day. As you get ready, your hallways and kitchen lights will brighten as well, leading you down your typical routine.

Dinner scenes can dim the lights in your dining room while Movie Night scenes can do the same in the media room or turn off all the lights in the room completely. Integrating other home automation solutions like motorized shades, climate control, and AV features can only enhance your lighting scenes and make your time at home more enjoyable and convenient.

Speaking of convenience: before you go to bed at night, imagine pressing just one button to turn off every lighting fixture throughout your property. You can successfully turn off all the necessary lights while leaving your landscape lighting ones on and set to turn off at sunrise. It’s that easy to have your entire system at your command.

Bring Attention to Your Home Design

Lighting can drastically change the appearance of your home’s interiors – and exteriors. The right lighting fixtures can set the whole mood of a room.

Elegant, hanging features bring a traditional look to any space, while sconces and LED strips can brighten up an area when needed without impeding on the existing décor. Want to highlight a specific valuable item or painting? Spotlights can illuminate a certain area of a room that you can easily switch on and off as you like.

For the outdoors, architectural lighting can draw attention to your home’s beautiful exteriors. Landscape lighting can give your curb appeal a major boost – plus, keep your home bright and inviting every evening.

Increased Home Security

Landscape lighting is also crucial to improving your home security. Brightly-lit homes can often deter intruders from coming across your property. Installed motion sensors can alert your lights to flood an area when movement is detected, scaring off the unwanted guests but also giving your surveillance footage a well-lit image.

You can also set an Away scene that keeps your home lighting operating as usual even while you’re on vacation. Potential burglars will see that your home appears occupied and will steer clear from attempting to break into your house.

 

Want to learn more about the many benefits of a home lighting control system? Give our team a call or fill out our online contact form here to schedule a no-obligation consultation with us. We’d love to hear from you!

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