Add the Ultimate Convenience to Your Home With Smart Shading
Sunday afternoons are for relaxing and enjoying the people and things you love most. And when it’s cold outside, a nice warm fire in the fireplace is the perfect ingredient to bring it all together. The only thing that can mar a perfect cozy winter day inside is not having enough lighting. And when the days are shorter, you want to get as much natural light as possible.
If you have motorized blinds in your Brentwood, CA home, you can get the perfect amount of daylighting to read a book or do a crossword without ever leaving your comfy chair.
Reduce Costs and Protect Valuable Furnishings With Smart Shading
Motorized window shades are the perfect addition to any home, especially in today’s economy. These window treatments not only help you save money on energy costs, but they also protect your home’s furnishings (and even the paint on your walls).
We recently installed Lutron shades in the home of one of our customers in Santa Monica, CA for precisely these reasons. After installation, they found that their heating and cooling bills became a little more manageable, and they loved the convenience of shades that managed themselves and didn’t have to be opened and closed manually each day.
Whether you opt for a wired solution or a wireless one, we have the expertise you’re looking for
Smart home lighting is one of the most powerful and useful home automation systems available today. Lighting control makes it easier to control the fixtures in any room – or across your whole house – while also improving your energy efficiency and allowing for more stylish lighting designs.
But how do you know which system is right for your home? Even among leading brands like Lutron, it can be hard to figure out which system suits your needs. Broadly speaking, lighting control systems fall into two categories: Wired and wireless. Both wired and wireless solutions have pros and cons, and they’re more useful in different circumstances. Today’s blog will illustrate the difference between wired and wireless smart home lighting, and we’ll cover which type of system suits different situations for homeowners in Pasadena, CA.