Lighting control in the home brings you the capability to vary your lighting effectively to match different social settings, moods and times of day.
It is especially useful in rooms which feature complex, multiple lighting circuits in the same space, such as ceiling down lights, decorative wall lighting and floor-standing uplighters. Lighting control is also important in properties where the rooms are multi-functional, requiring different lighting effects to suit a range of tasks or events throughout the day.
iSee-av are also well-versed in integrating lighting control with your other home electronic systems to add extra convenience and security to your lifestyle and to reduce your energy consumption.
When an intruder alarm sounds, lights can be pre-programmed to flash automatically, or floodlight particular areas. Many intelligent lighting systems also come with a vacation mode which automatically replicates the home’s lighting pattern if you go away on holiday.
Modern lighting control systems feature inconspicuous wall-mounted interfaces that blend with decor and intuitive touch-screens that can be used to programme and activate the lighting system. The dimmer and central processor at the heart of these control systems can be concealed in the same utility room that’s home to the AV rack, or hidden elsewhere in a property.
iSee-av are experts in the design and installation of HD home cinema systems complete with surround sound speaker systems (Dolby Atoms & Euro 3D sound ) to create a fantastic entertainment experience. These systems are typically installed in main living areas, although properties where there are larger rooms or a cellar, disused garage or other space available can be expertly transformed into a dedicated home cinema room, complete with black-out blinds and a projector and projection screen which automatically drop from the ceiling and spring into life at the press of a button.
Meanwhile, to enhance your viewing experience still further, high-quality waterproof TVs are now readily available for in-wall shower or bathroom installation. Screens can also be placed beneath kitchen cabinets and flipped down when in use, recessed into furniture, floors and ceilings or used as mirrors when not being viewed as TV’s, if required.