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Lighting

Our client had a garden wall which had power already but there was no option to add switches. The garage was also some distance from the house so it wasnt feasible to keep going outside to turn on the lights.

This is where smart lighting came to the rescue. We were able to make these lights smart by controlling them using mobile phone. We made them even smarter by just putting them on a schedule so that the lights turned on automatically when it got dark and off again late at night. 

This was better than the dawn to dusk sensors as the client didnt want to leave them on all night long wasting electricity and money.

Whilst we were there we also added dimming modules to the hallway spotlights, and now we control when they turn on and how bright they are.
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