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May 02, 2022

Effective Ideas To Integrate Smart Lighting In Your Madison Home

More than any other household item, light bulbs around your interior are a necessity. However, are you getting the most from your lighting? Why not improve how you utilize light by incorporating smart lighting solutions within your Madison home.

What Is Smart Lighting In Madison

First off - what is a smart light? A smart light is a LED light bulb with internet integration, which gives a homeowner total mastery over your home's illumination. All with the help of an app -- like a home security app.

Dim individual bulbs to any point without a dimmer switch, or check on your app to see if you accidentally left them on. Program your lights to turn on at a predetermined time -- like after you get out of bed -- and turn off on their own right at time for bed. You can even adjust your lights to automatically set to the current mood, like at a fifth of their brightness when you're trying to watch your favorite TV show. You can even sync your lights to Google Nest or Amazon's Alexa and control your bulbs by your voice.

Smart Lighting Combines With A Security System For The Perfect Combo

Ease-of-use is not the only advantage of smart lighting, though. Installing smart lighting are an effective way to elevate your home security. Brightly lit houses are a [[hindrance|impediment|deterrent] to criminals. Crooks look to obscure their identity and obscure their location in the night.

A house equipped with smart lighting are able to be controlled by a Madison smart home automation that’s a function of a a security system. You can craft light arrangements that mirror typical movement within the home, making it seem like the owners are traveling from one room to another. By having your lights flip on and off throughout the building, anyone who could be watching your home will think that people are in the building and moving around..

Spots To Install Smart Lighting

You don’t need to tweak your complete home to use smart lights. In your Madison home, most smart light bulbs are compatible with your existing lamps and fixtures. Start by assessing what places you need to make “smart” first and foremost. You do not need to change out every single light bulb, as It's not an all-or-nothing case. If you are overwhelmed by the idea of smart lighting, then begin slowly and branch out from there.

For the inside rooms of your house, switch out lights in locations with windows. To begin, consider the lamps and fixtures in a living room, bedroom, or dining room. The idea is to illuminate a window enough for the light to be apparent to anyone outside. Definitely concentrate on lighting up the front of your doorway as many burglaries happen through the main door.

As for the exterior of your home, change to smart lighting near frequented entrances to the building. Think about lights positioned by all doors, whether in the front, side, or back of your property. Don't neglect the light bulb inside your garage as well. If someone sneaks into your home through the garage, you can switch on that garage light with a tap of a button.

Install Your Madison Smart Lighting With Your Home Security System

Smart lights are a cinch to install and convenient to use. With the advice of a security technician, you can see methods to leverage smart light bulbs in your new home security system. Reach us at (608) 424-5550 or fill-out the form below.

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