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.
Smart lighting is both beautiful and energy efficient. Your lighting automatically turns on when you need the light, but turns itself off when no one is in the room.
• Have the lights in the house turn on automatically to welcome you home.
• Use motion sensors to provide hands-free illumination.
• Program the lights to shut off automatically when a room is unoccupied.
• Use keypads to trigger more than just lights, including music, shade control, and energy settings—with a touch of a button.
• Illuminate the hallway lights automatically for safe entry, as soon as you enter the garage.
• Have your outdoor lighting turn off in the morning, and turn on as the sun goes down.
• Make your home sophisticated enough to appear to be occupied even when you’re away