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Lutron Smart Home Lighting Solutions Available from Audio Symphony

Products from the company that invented the dimmer switch and lights the New York Times building and White House is now available at Audio Symphony in San Francisco. Lutron makes dimmer switches, timers, and whole-building and single-room lighting control systems.

Bay Area homeowners and businesses are increasingly turning to lighting control to improve energy efficiency, save money, improve comfort, and increase security.

At a time when environmental concerns are a high priority for many people, installing a lighting control system can be an effective way to reduce energy consumption. According to Dr. Ian Rowbottom, a principal application engineer at Lutron, “Dimming your lights even 20% saves nearly 20% in energy.”

Saving energy translates into saving money. Since switching to a controlled lighting system, the New York Times building has realized an annual savings of $600,000. Installing a single dimmer switch can save homeowners up to $30 annually.

Lighting control can also improve comfort levels and increase productivity. Many people suffer headaches and eyestrain related to incorrect lighting levels. Smart lighting control allows the user to choose the most comfortable level of light for his or her needs, which creates health benefits and improves the room’s atmosphere simultaneously.

Business and home security and safety improve with effective lighting design. Strategically placed lighting can increase visibility. Timers and motion sensors can ward off and detect intruders.

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