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Dimmer Switch Installation

Quality Dimming Switch Options in the Atlanta Area

With new dimming switch technology, you can turn almost any light fixture into a dimmable one. Having the ability to dim your lights allows you to create an ambiance within your home as well as conserve energy by decreasing your lights to a lower level of brightness. Dimming switches come in a variety of switch styles, allowing you to choose the type that best fits your needs. Superior Electricians are licensed and experienced, and able to more than fulfill your dimmer switch installation needs. To get a dimmer switch installed in your home, give us a call at (678) 674-4779 today!  

Types of Dimmer Switches

Dimming switches have a variety of control options, such as: 

  • A wireless dimmer switch. 
  • A touch screen dimmer switch.
  • A sliding dimmer switch. 
  • A rotary dimmer switch.

When you are thinking about getting a dimmer switch installed, you should also consider your fixture’s type of bulb, its voltage and whether or not it is compatible with a dimming switch.

Benefits of Dimming Switches

There are many advantages to having a dimmer switch installed in your home. Some of the benefits of dimmer switch installation are: 

  • Your light bulbs will last longer. 
  • Your energy costs are lower. 
  • You can control your level of light. 

Dimmer switches can also provide you with the ability to access and control your lights more conveniently with remote technology if you opt for a home automation-compatible dimmer switch.

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Can Any Light Switch Be Upgraded to a Dimmer Switch?

Most light fixtures can be upgraded to a dimmer switch, but there are particular types of bulbs that may not be able to be dimmed. Incandescent or halogen bulbs are generally compatible with dimmer switches, whereas fluorescent lights may not all have the ability to be dimmed. 

Another thing to consider is whether your light fixture uses line or low voltage. If your light fixture uses line voltage, it should be able to be updated to a dimmer switch, but not all low voltage fixtures will have the same capability. To best determine if your light fixture can be upgraded to a dimmer switch, you should have an electrician evaluate your light fixture for you.

To get a dimmer switch installation in your home, contact Superior Electricians today!

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