Daylight savings is right around the corner. Even though the sun goes down earlier, you do not have to let your good mood do the same. We all know what daylight savings brings to the table; some love this time of year and some dread it. But why? “Honey, did it just get darker in here?” “Wait, is the sun already down?” “Does anyone else feel off today because of daylight savings?” We have all heard these phrases circling around the office or household. So, why on earth does daylight savings tend to bring us into off moods? It is all rooted in the drastic changes in light!
Selecting the right motion sensor lighting for your space
A home that is well lit at night offers added security and peace of mind for homeowners. Installing motion sensor lights outside your home is a great way to easily welcome friends and family with a well-lit path while deterring unwanted visitors. Likewise, interior motion sensor lights can easily brighten small spaces and hard-to-see areas inside the home.
Making the switch to LED bulbs in your home.
Want to make the switch to LED but don’t know where to start? Start with your lamps! Lamp bulbs are easy to switch and can make a big difference in your home’s ambiance.
At the Light Center we have a saying, “Lighting is everything.” With all the capabilities that technology has to offer, lighting is at the top of our cannot live without list. Legrand is a brand we carry, and they have worked hard to think outside of the box in order to make all of our lighting easy to use and oh so useful. Adorne by Legrand is a built-in hallway light, imagine a flush night light. Installing the portable night light is easy, it goes straight into an existing outlet and provides low lighting at night, very helpful for those late-night trips to the kitchen where you don’t want to trip over anything but aren’t wanting to grab a flashlight or turn on the full overhead light.
Have you ever gone camping out in the wilderness, looked up at the night sky, and been totally in awe of how bright and magnificent the stars are? Or on the flip side, have you ever been in a big city and noticed that the same night sky seems to have no stars at all? The reason for these two scenarios is the varying amounts of competing light in their surrounding areas, a.k.a. the amount of light pollution.