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Dimmers And Motion Detectors

Light dimmers and motion detectors can enhance the decor and the ambience of your home and give you the ability to adjust light levels from low to bright. Both dimmers and motion detector lights can provide added security to your home as well as esthetic beauty.

Adding light dimmers along with motion detection devices are both great ways to control your energy costs. By replacing the five most frequently used light fixtures in your home or office with dimmers and motion sensitive switches, you can save money on your energy bills.

Motion detection fixtures come in a array of colors and design and there are different types of motion detectors. Some are inexpensive while others can be complex and costly, such as those with infrared or dual technology.

How you protect your home with motion detector sensors and light dimmers is very important. Some are battery operated and don't require a direct power feed. However, batteries go dead over time so you should check them often and replace them when necessary.

Other motion detection light fixtures require the use of electricity and must be tied into your home's electrical wiring system. Although light fixtures are relatively easy to install, the handling of electrical wiring is dangerous and serious precautions should be taken.

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