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Indoor Lighting Solutions from WORKS by Jesse DeBenedictis

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The best winter days in New England feature pure white snow, crisp clean air and bright sunlight in a soft blue sky. However, even the best winter days are short; inside, especially if your home is tucked into trees, you might have to turn on every light in the house to banish the dark by mid-afternoon.

WORKS has some lighting solutions that may help bring brightness back into your winter:

  1. You can save money and increase illumination by switching to LED lighting. Older homes in particular often lack fixtures that adapt to LED lighting. WORKS can retrofit your home with LED lighting throughout; and we favor LED lighting in renovations and new builds. 2. Systems are available now that allow you to operate LED lights from a mobile device or the Internet. Turn on the lights remotely for a brighter welcome home; turn off lights you forgot to turn off when you left for work; and when you are away from home for an extended time, discourage thieves by controlling the lights in a more random pattern. 3. Solar light tubes are placed in your roof to admit natural sunlight into your home all year long but exclude summer’s solar heat. Highly reflective tubing collects and concentrates even indirect sunlight. Solar light tubes often bring enough light into a room to prevent the daytime use of electrical lighting. 4. The latest ENERGY STAR® rated skylights come with glass that is easier to clean, reduces noise and conserves energy. Skylights also provide solar heat (a boon in winter), which can be controlled in summer by careful initial placement on the roof, by window coverings and by opening the skylight to let heat escape. 5. If you need headroom as well as light in an upstairs or attic room, a dormer will give you both, as well as adding architectural interest. Dormers may be installed in the front or back of a house. WORKS experts are ready to help you choose the right solution for your lighting problems, whatever the age or location of your home. Contact us today.


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