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Residential Energy Management

Lighting Solutions

LED Lighting

Replacing your existing lighting source with LED lighting will save you up to 80% of your lighting expenses. LED lighting doesn’t emit the heat of incandescent lighting resulting in a reduction of your cooling costs. And since your HVAC system isn’t working overtime to cool your home, you can expect a longer HVAC system life and less maintenance costs.

Lighting Control

Dimming lights by just 30% can save 30% of lighting electricity usage. Makes sense right? Adding lighting control to the most used rooms in your house will greatly reduce your lighting expenditure. Set lights to automatically turn on at specific brightness levels at specific times of the day. Turn off all lights at bed time from one touch of a button.

HVAC Control

HVAC Control

According to the US Department of Energy, approximately 56% of an average home’s energy usage is for its heating & air conditioning (HVAC) system. Controlling the heating and cooling of your home is extremely important in reducing your energy costs. Integrating your HVAC system with lighting control and motorized blinds/drapery, the HVAC system will operate less and last longer.

Motorized Blinds

Motorized Blinds/Drapery

Custom manual blinds/drapery costs the same as motorized fixtures. The difference between the two is that when the sun is shining in your room raising the inside temperature and making the HVAC system work harder, you need to manually close the blinds/drapery. Motorized fixtures will automatically close. Motorized blinds/drapery can be programmed to open and close by time of day, inside temperature or outside temperature.

Home Automation

Home Automation

We are accustomed to automation on a daily basis yet we overlook it. Think about your automobile, with a push of a button doors unlock, windows roll down, seats slide into the perfect position, the radio tunes to your favorite station, the cooling is adjusted and the engine starts. So if you enjoy all these features of your automobile to make your drive more enjoyable, why wouldn’t you want the same for the place you spend most of your time, your home? With one touch, you will be in control!

Power Management

Power Management

The appliances in your home are pulling electricity when not in use. This is called phantom power. By installing controlled outlets and IP enabled power conditioners, the appliances can be turned on/off when you are home. Furthermore, when power is returned after a blackout, the electrical surge can damage your electronic equipment. Controlling the flow of electricity is your electronics can reduce the risk of loss.