The two biggest benefits of a centralized lighting system are that your home doesn’t need many switches and you now have the ability to create your own lighting scenes for any mood or time of the day. Pick and choose a few switch locations for convenience, and control all of your lights while your walls are clutter free.
Centralized lighting is a complimentary and contemporary way to add automation to your current or future lighting design. Easily turn the five confusing light switches you currently have into one and never be confused again. Lighting scenes can be controlled by you either at home or anywhere in the world, directly from your phone, tablet or add motion activation when you enter a room.
With multiple configurations and finishes for any budget, there are many opportunities to create a smart lighting sanctuary across the entire house or in just a few select spaces. Whether you’re wanting to go big right now or start small and add more later, smart lighting is tailored to fit your needs and provide options for any home—including homes built a century ago to those currently under design or construction.
Centralized lighting is a complimentary and contemporary way to add automation to your current or future lighting system. Easily turn the five confusing light switches you currently have into one and never be confused again. Leaving you with less clutter on your wall and space to create a more elegant and modern home.
We have custom designer keypads to replace traditional light switches. Providing stunning interfaces that combine flexible button configurations with beautiful colors and finishes that complement the decor of your home. The color of the LEDs on your keypads are also customizable and provide instant visual feedback about what lights are currently on, whether your front door is locked, or even if the garage has been left open.
Lighting Scenes show your home off at its best! Lighting levels can be preset and instantly recalled at the push of a button – you can even have different lighting levels for different activities. This allows you to light your home perfectly, adding warmth, ambiance and highlighting features.
In areas where you would prefer not to cut open walls for cable running, wireless dimmers, switches, and keypads make for an ideal control interface. Wireless lighting is often favorable for remodel projects and can be more cost-effective than retrofitting a wired system.
Perfect for homes that are in the new-build stages or homes undergoing a remodel project, lighting wires are run to a centralized location—such as a utility closet—eliminating the need for banks of switches (“wall acne”) and, instead, replacing control of individual or sets of light fixtures with stylish and elegant keypads. Integration with security alarms can switch all the lights in the home off when the alarm is set or start to replay your usual activity so it looks like you are home.
You no longer need to be in your home to control your lights. Turn on off from wherever in the world you and your phone are. Large houses can waste huge amounts of energy simply be leaving lights on when they aren’t required. Fully Integrated lighting systems allow you to easily see where lights are on and allow you to control them from a central location.
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