Improve the energy efficiency of your home with Lutron Shades
Lutron is one of the top brands in the smart home industry. Though known best for their lighting control solutions—which they first introduced in the 1950’s—they’ve also become innovators when it comes to motorized shades. Their varied wireless and wired models will add beauty and functionality to any space. If you're looking for the perfect shading system for your smart home, Lutron shades may be the solution you're looking for. Read on to find out all benefits of using Lutron shading in your Huntington Beach and Orange County, CA, residence.
Lutron's wireless window treatments are powered by D-batteries that can easily last for 3 to 5 years without needing replacement. Depending on the Lutron control system you are working with you can integrate Sivoia WS Triathlon or Serena shading systems and enjoy reliability for a long time. We do recommend their other hardwired solutions including their Palladiom line of shades that incorporate a sleek design to fit any décor.
You can enjoy complete control over the shading system with Lutron. A single tap can lower or raise the shades as needed. Choose to manage them from apps, beautiful on-wall keypads, or even voice commands. Your Lutron dealer can also preprogram shades with particular settings and let you adjust them through our app as needed. Schedule shades to close when glare is its strongest or at the end of the day for added privacy.
Reduced Energy Consumption
One of the most prominent benefits of having a Lutron shading system in your smart home is that it reduces your home's energy consumption. By raising the shades during the day, you can utilize natural sunlight instead of the lights inside your home. Moreover, the shades are raised during winters to let solar heat inside. As a result, your home stays warmer, reducing the use of your heating system. Similarly, on hot sunny days, the shades can be lowered to keep the heat outside so that your home stays cooler. It leads to less energy consumption by your air conditioner for cooling the house.