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March 01, 2022

Effective Ways To Mix In Smart Lighting In Your Dayton Home

More than anything in your home, light bulbs around your home are a necessity. That said, are you seizing the maximum from your lighting? Why not improve how you utilize light by integrating smart lighting solutions throughout your Dayton home.

What Is Smart Lighting In Dayton

First off - what is a smart light? These LED bulbs connect via a WiFi connection and allows a buyer complete mastery over your property’s lighting. All with the use of an mobile app -- like a home security app.

Reduce the brightness of individual smart bulbs to any percentage without a dimmer knob, or check on your mobile device to see if you accidentally left them on. Have your lights to come alive at a particular time -- like after you get out of bed -- and power down on their own when it's time for bed. You can even position your lights to automatically create to the perfect mood, like at a quarter luminosity when you're trying to watch a movie. You can even sync your smart bulbs to Google Nest or Alexa or and control your bulbs through your voice.

Smart Lighting Combines With A Home Security System For The Ideal Combo

Accessibility is just one advantage of smart lights, though. Installing smart lighting are an effective method to enhance your home security. Brightly lit houses are a [[hindrance|impediment|deterrent] to trespassers. Intruders look to conceal their identity and withhold their presence in the night.

A home stocked with smart lighting are able to be operated by a Dayton home automation that’s a function of a a security system. You can create light sequences that mimic normal movement within the home, making it look like like the owners are moving from one spot to another. From an outside vantage point, unique smart light patterns give an illusion that someone is actually in the home switching on and off those particular lights.

Places To Install Smart Lights

You don’t have to retrofit your complete house to have smart lighting. In your Dayton home, the majority of smart light bulbs will be usable with your existing lamps and fixtures. Start by deciding which spots you need to make “smart” first. You do not need to switch out every individual light bulb, as It's not an one-or-none case. If you are blown back by the idea of smart lighting, then place a single bulb and branch out from there.

For the inside rooms of your home, change out bulbs in locations with windows. To begin, check the lamps and fixtures in the living room, bedroom, or den. The idea is to illuminate a window enough for the light to be apparent to people outside the home. Definitely work on lighting up the front of your main entrance as many burglaries happen through the main entryway.

As for the exterior of your house, make the jump to smart lighting around significant entrances to the home. Consider lights located by all doors, whether in the front, side, or back of your residence. Don't forego the bulbs within your garage as well. If someone enters into your house through the garage, you can switch on that garage light with a click of a screen.

Install Your Dayton Smart Lighting With Your Home Security System

Smart lights are easy to install and a breeze to operate. With the expertise of a security professional, you can learn how to utilize smart light bulbs with your new home security system. Give us a call at (937) 230-5750 or complete the form below.

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