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March 01, 2022

Best Ideas To Mix In Smart Lighting In Your Bend Home

From the bathroom and bedroom to the kitchen and dining room, light bulbs inside your home are a necessity. However, are you gaining the most from your lights? Why not revamp how you make use of light by incorporating smart lighting devices around your Bend home.

What Are Smart Bulbs In Bend

Let's first establish - what is a smart bulb? These LED light bulbs connect via the internet and provides a buyer total command over your house’s illumination. All through the use of an mobile app -- like a home security app.

Lower individual bulbs to any point without a dimmer switch, or glance at your app to see if you accidentally left a light on. Program your lights to switch on at a particular time -- like when you wake up in the morning -- and power down automatically right at bedtime. You can even position your lights to automatically change to the desired mood, like at a quarter luminosity when you're trying to watch a movie. You can even sync your lights to Google Nest or Alexa or and command your bulbs by your voice.

Smart Lighting Syncs With A Home Security System For The Perfect Combination

Accessibility is not the only feature of smart lights, though. Installing smart lighting are an effective way to improve your home security. Well-lit residences are a [[hindrance|impediment|deterrent] to burglars. Crooks aim to cloak their identity and withhold their location in the night.

A house stocked with smart bulbs are able to be operated by a Bend smart home automation that’s a function of a a security system. You can program light patterns that mimic typical activity within the home, making it appear like residents are going from one room to another. From an outside vantage point, unique smart light patterns give an illusion that someone is physically in the building switching on and off those particular lights.

Spots To Install Smart Lighting

You don’t have to retrofit your complete interior to make use of smart bulbs. In your Bend home, many smart light bulbs will be compatible with your current lamps and fixtures. Get started by assessing what spots you would like to make “smart” first and foremost. You do not need to switch out every single light bulb, as It's not an one-or-none situation. If you are blown back by the idea of smart lighting, then begin slowly and branch out from there.

For the interior of your home, change out lights in areas with windows. For starters, check the lamps and fixtures in your living room, bedroom, or den. The idea is to shine on a window enough for the brightness to be visible to those outside the home. Definitely focus on lighting up the front of your doorway as many burglaries happen through the front door.

As for the exterior of your residence, make the jump to smart lighting for frequented entrances to the house. Look into lights mounted by all doors, either in the front, side, or back of your property. Don't forego the lights on your garage as well. If an individual breaks into your house via the garage, you can turn on that garage light with a press of a button.

Install Your Bend Smart Lighting With Your Home Security System

Smart lights are easy to install and simple to use. With the guidance of a security technician, you can learn ways to leverage smart light bulbs in conjunction with your new home security system. Give us a call at (541) 213-2340 or fill-out the form below.

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