Home Cinema lighting can be very different to the rest of your House, the emphasis being on dimmed or lower lighting to enhance the whole cinema experience. ACCL have a range of options available from LED Lighting, LED spotlights, recessed down lighting and wall lighting. The Lighting that you choose can either subtly or dramatically change the way that the space you have chosen for your home Cinema looks and feels.
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The lighting of your Home Cinema will give you the opportunity to create inspiration and bring drama to the space you are using. There are many affordable options and our design team will help you to decide upon the best option to suit your budget as well as meeting your design requirements.
ACCL are just a phone call away, we pay for the call and you get to speak to one of our expert Team who will help you with any questions that you may have and assist you in getting the right solution and create the ambience that you need for your Home cinema installation.
Did you know that lighting can actually account for up to 20% of a home’s yearly electricity usage?
Lighting Control provides energy savings and security in one simple user friendly system, available in either single room or complete home control. The addition of Lighting control to your home has in the past been seen as a luxury item, but today’s solutions not only provide comfort and added security but also save you money and can reduce your energy usage by up to 15%.
Lighting can be a major proportion of your energy costs. Lights can be left on when they don’t need to be or perhaps even on full intensity when they don’t need to be. This ends up being very wasteful use of energy and ultimately costly. Lighting control solutions are not complex but help reduce cost, and the carbon footprint of your home.
To assist in reducing the amount of power that is being used there are a number of Dimming Controls available. Dimming controls would not only reduce cost they will also provide a means of creating the mood of your home. Another choice to consider when looking at Dimming controls would be a light sensitive system that can detect natural daylight and set the dimming level accordingly.
How often have you had to turn a light off in an empty room….do you feel like you are stalking your children in an effort to reduce your energy bills, turning off lights that they leave on in their wake? Wired or wireless occupancy sensors are an ideal way to control your lighting in a room automatically, these types of sensors can be pre-programmed to create timers that will keep lights on while not only someone is in the room but can be told to stay on for a period of time after someone has left the room. The problem of thinking about turning a light off will be solved as they automatically follow you round the building turning them off behind you.