There’s no question that a room’s lighting can significantly impact the ambiance of that space.

When it comes to personal enjoyment or casual entertainment, having lights that can adjust to the exact brightness you want will undoubtedly add that extra touch of control to create just the mood you’re looking for.


With LED lighting, you can control the exact amount of light your fixtures put out. In addition, you can program your lights to behave a certain way when, for example, you walk in the room, press play on a movie, or wake up in the morning.


LED lights use, on average, 75% less energy then traditional incandescent light bulbs. On top of that, a traditional light bulb may last 1,000 hours, whereas an LED light can last up to 30,000 hours (on average). If you used an LED bulb in every light fixture in your home, the energy savings most certainly would be noticeable.


LED technology opens up a much wider range of versatility for your lights. Not only are there many options for your style of bulb, but you can be more precise in the color temperature you’re looking for, you can choose a specific lumen range (brightness), and you can even select a particular color (or colors) of light.


No UV or infrared emissions; relatively cool running performance; ability to withstand vibration (no filament); no warm-up time or waiting to turn; no detrimental effects from rapid cycling on and off. They can also be used in motion lights and photocells.


Also known as centralized lighting, Control4 Panelized Lighting is a variation on the typical line-voltage infrastructure, which has been used in homes and businesses for years. Panelized lighting utilizes a centralized/star wiring configuration, where circuits from the breaker box are routed first to a centrally-located enclosure (panel), which houses dimmer, relay, and other system control modules. From there, the switched/dimmed circuits are routed directly to the loads.