When it comes to energy efficiency, you have plenty of options. However, many homeowners overlook a key energy-saving opportunity – lighting. It accounts for almost 20% of the average homeowner’s monthly electric bill. Lutron light controls can help increase energy savings throughout your home.
Light control offers many ways to help the environment, while beautifying your home. Lutron dimmers and light control systems let you use just the right amount of light, reducing electricity usage and extending bulb life. With eco-home products from Lutron, you can save energy without sacrificing comfort or style. Our whole-home light control systems extend energy saving throughout your entire home and our advanced technology allows you to control the latest energy-efficient light sources, such as LEDs and fluorescent lamps. Shading solutions help optimize daylight in your home by reducing heating and cooling costs while making the space more comfortable. The perfect complement to light and shade control, temperature control gives you the ability to adjust heating and cooling systems any time of day—even while you’re away from home, saving on your energy usage. Lutron also offers a variety of single room solutions to further increase your home’s energy efficiency.
Installing dimmers is one of the easiest green home improvements you can make. With our full line of eco-home dimmers, sensors and timers, you have a variety of options to help you add energy-saving to a single space or throughout your home.
Residential Rebates & Incentives
Your efforts in saving energy may qualify for federal and state rebates. Many rebates and other incentives exist for those creating energy efficient settings. For your convenience, Lutron has created a thorough list of stimulus funds, tax incentives and other programs that could provide financial assistance for your project.
Rebates & Incentives
There are numerous rebates and incentives that promote energy efficient lighting systems. Incentives to purchase and install energy efficient products can come from:
1. Local and state utilities
2. State energy efficiency programs
3. EPAct tax incentives
4. Federal stimulus monies that focus on energy efficiency[/vc_column][/vc_row]