Become More Energy-Efficient with a Smart Lighting Control System
Lower Your Monthly Bills with this Solution
Do you know how much energy you’re wasting on a monthly basis? Often, your lighting fixtures are using power and sapping energy throughout the day when they’re not needed. Forgetting to turn a light off or having them all on at their brightest when that isn’t necessary all the time can create an inefficient routine.
A smart lighting control system can help you keep track of your energy consumption and see how you can lower your bills and usage for your Essex Fells, NJ home. Want to find out more? Just keep reading on below.
Lighting Remote Access Control
As you’re running out the door to get to work on time or scrambling to get the kids to school, you might have left the kitchen or bedroom lights on without thinking. Or maybe you accidentally leave the downstairs lights on when you go to bed and they remain on all night long.
A smart lighting control system from Lutron will let you check in on all your lighting fixtures right from your smart device – whether that’s a smartphone, tablet, or wall keypad. You can check anywhere, from the basement to your office at work. You’ll never have to worry about whether you left the living room lights on all day; simply open the app on your phone to check and then turn them off if so.
As you go to sleep, pull up your phone or tablet from your nightstand to access all the lighting in your home without leaving your bed. Are others still downstairs? You can have lights dim in the living room or foyer, keeping a warm glow for those reading or enjoying a snack before bed. Dimmed lighting reduces much of your energy usage – and once everyone has gone to bed, you can set your lights to all automatically turn off at a scheduled time.
No Lights Left on in Unoccupied Rooms
If you’re hosting a party or event at your home, or even if you’re just busily going about the day, there can be lots of walking in and out of rooms. It can be a hassle to turn the lights on and off every time you or someone else leaves the specific room, only to return moments later. That’s where occupancy sensors for your lighting system are critical.
While the room is full, your lights will operate as usual, bright or dim, depending on the mood or atmosphere you want to set. Then, once the last person leaves the space, the sensors will take note after a designated amount of time has passed and your lights will dim further or turn off completely. This way, no lights will go unused or left on while no one is actually in the room.
Want to learn more about a smart lighting control system for your living space and its many benefits that can save you energy? Give our team a call or fill out our online contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation with us. We’d love to hear from you!