Once we diagnose your electrical issue, you'll get a price for the service before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
Some smart lights are more expensive than others because they have more advanced features. For example, a large, outdoor smart light with motion detectors will generally cost more than a single indoor LED light bulb.
Some smart dimmers and light switches come with more advanced features (such as Wi-Fi connectability), which cost more upfront.
A single smart light will cost less to install than multiple lights.
If the electrician needs to update your home's wiring to accommodate additional smart lighting, the cost of the project will be greater.
The process begins with a complimentary, no-charge, no-obligation on-site consultation. Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
One of our electricians will arrive at your home and ask where you want the smart lights installed. The electrician will also look at your circuits to make sure they can accommodate the new light(s).
Once you sign off on the installation quote, you can sit back and relax while we do all the hard work. Before leaving your house, we'll show you how to use all of the features of your smart lights and make sure they are working properly.
After the job is complete, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to speak with us about how everything went. Our first priority is your comfort and satisfaction. So, if any part of the job wasn’t handled to your standards, just let us know and we’ll make it right.
LEDs last 10+ times longer than CFL and incandescent bulbs, which means you won't have to replace them as often.
LEDs use 1/3 of the electricity of a CFL or incandescent bulb. Because of this, you'll save money on energy costs over time.
LEDs are inherently compatible with controls like dimmers, which makes them ideal for smart home lighting. Plus, LEDs are immune to rapid ON/OFF cycling, which means they work well with occupancy or daylight sensors.