Did you know this Sunday morning (2:00am) the clocks spring forward? This means the days are going to last longer but it also means it will be darker in the morning for another hour. It takes a bit of an adjustment to get used to the mornings being so dark when you’re leaving for work. This is also the time most people won’t notice their Raleigh outdoor lighting system cutting on too early in the evening because they’re still at work. Fortunately, that is an easy fix and Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh can help with that solution.
When we install our Raleigh landscape lighting systems, we include a timer with the installation. Dependent upon the age of your outdoor lighting system, you may consider upgrading to one that automatically updates daily to reflect the changing dusk time. Once we have set the timer, you’ll never have to reset it. If you’re happy with the timer you have but need help adjusting it for daylight saving time, give us a call and we’ll be happy to help you. It all goes back to our “set it and forget it” philosophy.
If you’d like to go one step further, we can get your Raleigh landscape lighting system, plus more, set up with our Lighting Control Automation (LCA). An LCA system gives you complete control over your indoor and outdoor lights, with the ability to set up different zones for groups of lights and outlets. In most cases you can even control it from your smartphone or tablet.
If you’re interested in adding a Raleigh landscape lighting system, adding on to your current outdoor lighting system or interested in upgrading the entire system to our energy-efficient LED, give Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh a call. To contact us, call us at (919) 854-5566, email us at email@example.com, fill out the form to the upper right, or visit our website. We can have your home and outdoor living spaces lit up at the proper times and make certain to save you money by not having your outdoor lighting system activated during the light hours that are ahead of us.
David Rohrer, Owner
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Raleigh