A motion sensor light switch is a great way of saving energy and helping out the planet by making your home greener and more energy-efficient. A motion sensor light switch will automatically detect when someone enters the room and turn on the lights. Then, after a few minutes where no movement has been detected, the lights will then automatically shut themselves off. If you're the type of person that frequently forgets to turn off the lights when leaving a room, this type of light switch can potentially save you hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs. Although a motion sensor light switch is indeed a marvel of technology, the installation of the switch is relatively simple. In fact, you install a motion sensor light switch much in the same way as you would a single pole light switch regular lever type switch.
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Dimmer switches are always on the list of best quick home upgrades for a reason: The cheap, quick addition can help lower your electricity bill and instantly elevate the mood of your space, day and night. Plus, they're good for the environment. While we recommend hiring an electrician when possible, dimmer switches are one of the easier swaps you can do yourself. Just be sure to turn the electricity off at your main fuse box before proceeding with the instructions below! Turn off your electricity before proceeding with the steps listed.
Motion Sensor Light Switch Wiring Explained
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