For any property, motion sensor lights add a sense of safety and security. You will never have to worry about having to watch your step in the dark again with the added convenience of a sensor-activated light system. Motion sensor lights may not be the perfect lighting solution for everyone, despite their many advantages. Today, we at Peterkin Electric would like to explore the pros and cons of motion sensor lighting.
Benefits of Motion Sensor Lights
1) Motion sensor lights are elderly, child and disability friendly because they do not require touch to activate. Motion lights will ensure they are always safe and able to see for anyone who needs extra assistance navigating the property.
2) To help you save on your electric bill, motion sensor lights conserve power. You will never have to check if you turned the lights off before bed again by shutting off automatically.
3) Motion sensor lights are versatile and can be used to illuminate dark halls, porches, garages, decks and backyards to ensure that the most challenging spaces to navigate in the dark are always safely lit and accessible.
4) With the right light, you can avoid many injuries feel safer and deter potential home burglars with motion sensor lights that activate when someone steps onto your property or moves close to your home entry points.
Cons of Motion Sensors
1) You have limited control. Motion sensor lights will always come on when you enter a room or pass by them since they activate when the detect movement. Especially if the light is bright and harms your eyes, this can feel intrusive and disruptive at night.
2) When you are watching TV or lounging around with a good book, the lights will turn off when you do not want them to. To keep the lights on, you will have to frequently move as a result. To have additional lights that they can manually shut on and off at their own accord, many people with motion sensor lights for this reason as well.
3) You can experience a lot of false alarms from outside like a stray cat wandering through the yard or a car passing by setting off the light, leading to disruption. Proper installation is crucial to avoid unnecessary and unwanted activation.
Install an Indoor Motion Sensor Light
Though they are available, indoor motion detector lights are not as common as outdoor ones. To illuminate garages and work spaces or dark hallways, these are LED models that are energy-conserving and designed, generally. So, you never have to fumble around for the light switch when you come home at night, they can also be a good choice to install in-home entryways. To prevent them from shutting off unexpectedly or turning on when you don’t want them to, you may also choose to install remote-operated motion sensor lights in your home.
Outdoor Motion Sensor Lighting Installation
Capable of wall-mounting, built into decks or installed as a bulb in existing light fixtures are often ideal for outdoor motion detector lights. You can improve the security, comfort, and safety of your property by installing motion sensor lights around your property, especially in dimly lit areas such as a large backyard or in garages as well as the motion detector porch lights being a way to welcome family and friends to your home.