Smaller energy bills, less carbon output, better worker productivity, increased comfort, and more convenience. Sound interesting?
Who left the lights on?
Nearly 25% of the United States’ energy consumption is devoted solely to lighting up our homes, buildings and roads, accounting for $37 billion in expenditures each year. It’s no wonder lighting control systems that maximize efficiency are becoming such a popular technology.
How two dimmers could save America $1.5 Billion next year
Shades & Blinds act as gatekeepers for the sun
Automating shades and blinds greatly enhances their effectiveness in managing sun exposure. This reduces dependence on electric lighting, protects furniture and fabrics from the damaging effects of UV rays, and maintains temperatures by keeping heat out during the summer and in during the winter. That doesn’t just mean smaller energy bills. It means better worker productivity too. Glare isn’t conducive to getting things done. Neither is being hot or cold. When you install automated shades, you kill glare and maintain consistent temperatures, resulting in a work environment made for getting stuff done.
How Shades affect Temperature Change
R Insulation Value of Cellular Shades