Automated lighting is a part of my hub

I recently invested in quite a bit of outdoor landscape lighting.

I not only wanted to add to my curb appeal, but I wanted to add functionality.

I realized that I wanted to swim for a workout before work. I also liked the idea of having lights when I got home late from work. I got a bunch of lights put in around the pool, some around my front porch, and along the walkway to my front door. I then invested heavily into a lighting system solution. I wanted it all a part of my building automation plan. This means that I can control my heating, cooling, indoor air quality, and my lights all from a single hub. I also can set timers and schedules if I so desire. I have my lights on a timer that when I get up in the morning, the lights around my pool are lit. I then have the lights turn off just 20 minutes after my workout is over. The lights around my walkway are automated lights that startup when I walk by them. That means it will greet me when I come home and will discourage theft. Who wants to rob a house that lights up like a Chrtimstmas tree when they get near it? I also like the idea of never being totally in the dark. My house has a ton of automated lights that I can control to keep on continuously or just power on and off. Having a BAS is a real big game changer for me. I love being able to control it all in a single unit to keep things simple.

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