San Diego residents can avoid the worst summer heat and slash their utility bills with this powerful automation technology
We’re no strangers to intense temperatures in San Diego. The heat isn’t the issue; the trick is finding a solution that’s economical and feasible. Air conditioning certainly helps, but running the A/C full blast all summer will quickly add up. There’s the backyard pool, but that doesn’t help much when you want to spend time inside.
You may find this hard to believe but doing something as simple as upgrading the shades in your home can make a dramatic difference when it comes to keeping cool. That’s why we wanted to tell you about our motorized shades and all the benefits they have to offer San Diego residents trying to beat the California heat.
How it works, where you can use it in your home, and everything you need to get started
While smart home automation has a great deal to offer homeowners, the thought of installing that much new technology in your home can be daunting. Maybe you’re looking for a starter system to dip your toe in the water, so to speak. If that’s the case, we recommend starting with lighting control. Smart lighting systems offer tremendous convenience and a host of other benefits for San Diego homeowners. Today’s blog will outline some of these benefits, along with the basics of how lighting control works.
Improve Your Lifestyle with These Lighting Tips
Wouldn’t it be nice to squeeze a little more productivity out of every day? We may keep to our planners, go on runs before work, or multitask by listening to podcasts on our commute, but often it feels like life it too hectic to get everything done. But did you know that your home’s lighting control can contribute to wellness and productivity?
Lighting may not be the first thing you think of when trying to be productive, but with an integrated lighting system you may find yourself accomplishing more during the day, sleeping better at night, improving your mood, and saving time. To learn how lighting control can benefit your Orange County, CA home, continue reading below!