Home Lighting Automation: How Will It Affect Your Property?


Explore What Happens When You Invest in a Custom Home Lighting Solution

Have you ever wondered what happens when you automate your home’s lights?

Perhaps you don’t even know where the automation process begins. Or you might be wondering how it could affect your family and your property.

At Applause Custom Sight & Sound, we often encounter homeowners in the Olathe, KS area and beyond who haven’t thought about home lighting automation before.

We want to change that, though.

When you consider a home lighting solution, you potentially can add value to your property and convenience for your family.

Below, we’ll explore what happens when you add a custom lighting control system to your home.

Just keep reading to find out more.

SEE ALSO: 3 Ways to Use Lighting Control in Your Design

Integrated Lighting Solution

Consider you’ve decided to add a lighting automation system to your home.

What happens next?

Well, you can reach out to our Overland Park-based team, and we can arrange a consultation with you to determine the scope and timeline of the project.

From there, all you need to do is sit back and relax as we plan and install your lighting control and automation system.

Not only will you gain the ability to automate your lights, but you also will be able to dim and control every connected light throughout your property.

Best of all, we can build the perfect user interface for your platform so that you can access your entire lighting system from the convenience of a touchscreen panel or a smartphone or tablet application.

Customized Lighting Control

When you use a home lighting automation system, it should be practical. The system should provide you with logical benefits.

Sure, a great component of a lighting control system is being able to manage any light in your home with the press of a single button. But while we integrate the controls for every light into a single system, we also can work with you to create custom lighting scenes.

What does that mean?

Say, for example, you want to have a “Good morning” lighting scene in which your bathroom lights and hallway lights leading to the kitchen turn on.

Or maybe you want an “Entertaining” scene where lights throughout your common areas will turn on and dim to a level perfect for socialization.

We can connect your system so that activating a lighting scene is as easy as pressing a button through your user interface. You even can trigger lighting scenes through in-wall keypads or Amazon Alexa.

If you ever want to feature your own lighting automation commands, we can work with you so that your system can support it. We aim to provide you with a system that you will find useful.

Increased Energy Efficiency

A custom lighting control system can not only bring convenience to your family, but it can add value to your property.

That value extends far beyond just having smart home technology throughout your property.

Consider that with lighting automation and control, you also can save on energy consumption levels.

For example, you can turn every light in your home off through your control interface – meaning you can avoid unnecessary energy spending.

Moreover, you also can use occupancy sensors that can automatically turn lights off when a room is vacant.

Smart lighting allows you to practice efficient energy consumption.

If you want to find out more about home lighting automation and how it can impact your home in the Greater Kansas City area, we encourage you to reach out to our team.

To get in touch with us, you can either call us today at (913) 498-1183, chat live with us at the bottom of your screen or fill out a short form by clicking the button below. We look forward to assisting you!

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