Don’t Stay in The Dark About This Solution
Every time you enter your Plano, TX, office, you switch on the same fluorescent lighting that your business has used since the 1980s. At night, either you or one of your assistants has to walk around the building to power down each lighting fixture and draw the shades. If it’s not broke, why fix it, right?
Just ten years ago, the above scenario wouldn’t have felt outdated, but now manual lighting and shading control seem like a time capsule. Automated lighting control is to blame. Lutron entered the market by perfecting the first home dimmer switch in 1959, improving luxury homes ever since. Residential consumers reported benefits like mood improvements, better sleep, more energy, etc., and businesses caught on. Commercial centers reaped automated lighting’s benefits for attracting customers to retail and hospitality spaces and later discovered about its positive health effects. Read on to see why we think integrated lighting will serve your business in unprecedented ways and which common misconceptions you should ignore.