Your home or business’s shading and window treatments can be integrated into a convenient, centralized control system, automating their movement thus making them completely effortless. Motorized shades and screens can be programmed to suit your needs, for example when you press the DVD button on the display’s remote, the shades are automatically lowered. Or, your shades can be lowered just before the sun is about to enter the room, thus reducing energy usage and preventing UV damage to flooring and furniture. Shading can also be utilized as a setting for when you leave on vacation.
Motorized window and screen treatments allow effortless control of natural light as well as bugs, and are nearly silent while in operation. Whether a window has roller shades, roman shades, screens or drapes, we can design an appealing solution for your home. Our shades or screens come with a wide range of fabrics or screen materials, and we can incorporate custom material.
Including a shading system into your home or business helps automate lighting levels, guards interiors against ultraviolet damage, and conserves energy usage.
To make a space show its true beauty, use lighting to make the difference in creating atmosphere, sparkle, depth and shape. When combined with various lighting controls, lighting can impact how you feel, act and live within a space. It sets the mood, whether it is a romantic evening at home or a conference room business meeting.
Controls add not only functionality to a room, but also overall beauty, effect and ambience. Without controls, it is a light fixture. With the right control, you can create elegance, drama, effect and a feeling of undeniable comfort.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to turn off all the lights in the house with one touch of a button? Enjoy the comfort, security and safety of professional whole house lighting control using your existing wiring.
Dimming increases lamp life and reduces energy consumption.
Lighting and control systems increase the value of your space.
Lighting scenes vary by your use of the space. For example, you might want to create intimate lighting for a special dinner party, while you will need increased lighting to take care of the clean up after the dinner party is done. Each of these activities requires a separate lighting scene based on how you use the space.