Lighting & Shade Control
Current Concepts creates lighting and shade control systems to make every room of your home feel welcoming. Proper lighting can highlight the beauty of your home, and improve energy efficiency. Who can say they have a “Party” light setting in their house nowadays? Now you can.
The lighting in your home sets the tone throughout your whole day. Creating the perfect lighting for every activity of your day can make a difference. Imagine having the perfect lighting for; dinner time, movie time, and party time. Imagine raising your children’s bedroom shades through your smart phone-while you’re cooking breakfast! We have an app for that!
Did You Know?
That by dimming your lights by 30 percent, you would reduce your energy consumption by 24 percent? Your eyes will even adjust to the lower light level, making it impossible to tell that the lights have been dimmed!
Adjust Your Lighting to the Time of Day
Lighting and Shade control can be set to specific times of day. Now you can walk downstairs for your morning coffee without struggling to keep your eyes open from the bright light. Whether it’s breakfast time or dinner time, you can set your lights and shades to adjust at any specific time of day.
Enhance Your Daily Activities
Make life easier by having a light setting for every daily activity or event in your home. Don’t limit your options to lights on or off-there are endless possibilities for lighting and shade control.
Wake Up On The Right Side of the Bed! Adjust your shades to the perfect level so you can wake up feeling energized every morning.
Display the perfect party lighting while entertaining your guests
A room designed for reading or relaxing deserves calm, comforting, dimmed lighting.
Begin and end your day by sitting down to a family meal in a perfectly-lit atmosphere.
Lutron offers a variety of occupancy/vacancy sensors so you’ll be able to choose the sensor that best fits your needs; whether you’re looking for a sensor to turn on the lights when your hands are full or you just need the lights turned off if no one is in the room anymore.