How To Combat Four Pet Peeves Around The House
North American Precis Syndicate
Refresh your home with a few simple switches from Legrand. (NAPS)
(NAPSI)—If your family is like most, there are a few things about
your home that really annoy you. Fortunately, ingenious solutions are
available for four of the most common pet peeves when it comes to lighting
1. Never Enough Outlets: The
average family charges up to 12 devices a day. With connectivity more
prevalent than ever, the demand for convenient charging options is at an
all-time high. The adorne Pop-Out Outlet from Legrand features three standard
receptacles for added power and can disappear into the wall when not in use.
Plus, its tamper-resistant plugs will keep children safe. Now you can
simultaneously charge phones, tablets and laptops with an outlet made to
maximize charging needs.
2. Lights Carelessly Being Left On:
Constantly reminding people to turn off the bedroom lights? You can install
motion sensors that automatically turn lights on when someone enters the room
and shut lights off when the room is no longer occupied.
3. Phone Charger Mysteriously
Disappearing: Scouring your home for a phone charger can be a thing of
the past when you replace standard outlets with an instant, cord- and
clutter-free way to charge phones, such as the new-to-market Wireless Charger
from the radiant Collection.
4. Lack of Light at Night: Make
the walk to the bathroom or the nursery at night a little brighter by
installing night lights in hallways, kitchens and children’s rooms.
Some night lights even offer adjustable light levels or can convert to
Two attractive solutions can be found in the radiant and adorne
Collections by Legrand. For a home with more traditional aesthetics, the
radiant Collection offers a Night Light with Two Tamper-Resistant Outlets. It
features five adjustable light levels and an optional louver for additional
light-level control. For a more modern and design-savvy look, there’s
the one from the adorne Collection. It provides a soft glow and with ambient
light level sensors, so it’s visible only in dark spaces.
A few simple switches around the house can help you have more control over
your home’s lights and electronics.
While you’re improving your place, you may care to consider adorne
app-based lighting control options, designed to provide solutions that offer
whole-house control with the touch of a button. Homeowners who have both
Legrand smart lighting systems and Voice Control−enabled devices from
Google or Amazon can now power and dim lights simply by saying phrases like “OK,
Google, turn on the porch lights” and “Alexa, dim the living room
to 50 percent” without needing to reach for a phone, tablet, or light
For facts, tips and inspiring videos, go to www.legrand.us/collections.aspx.
“The Collections by Legrand offer
discerning homeowners many ways to enhance and personalize lighting and power
controls with a unique selection of wall plates, dimmers and switches, scene
controllers, plug-in modules and outlets. http://bit.ly/2Ovg4LE”
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