4 Benefits of Installing Building Illumination Control Systems

Are you a building owner searching for new and improved ways to manage your building’s energy usage? Our building illumination control systems at Advanced Control Corporation can help reduce your lighting costs while making your facility more environmentally friendly.  

Building Illumination Control Systems

What Is a Commercial Lighting Control System? 

A commercial lighting control system works efficiently through sensors, RFID scanners, and other occupancy sensors installed throughout the building to manage lighting control in occupied and vacant areas.

When this system is installed in a commercial building, it can notice if areas in the building are unoccupied and turn off the lights in empty spaces. Installing a commercial lighting control system in your business helps control energy usage and eliminate colossal energy waste.  

Advanced Control Corp remains a leader in South Florida building illumination control systems. We have reduced overall costs in operation in thousands of buildings, both large and small, all over Florida.

If you are interested in finding out more about how your facility can be updated to reduce costs and become more environmentally friendly, call us at 954-491-6660 to speak to one of our technicians. We are here to make sure you have the best commercial lighting control system installed in your building, and your savings can begin as quickly as possible. 

Benefits of Building Illumination Control Systems  

Did you know that you can reduce your energy costs while wasting less energy by installing a commercial lighting control system? Working with the experts at Advanced Control Corporation to upgrade your building lighting system will do just that, while also making your building more safe and attractive. 

Here we will walk you through some of the benefits of installing building illumination control systems: 

1. Improve Security – When building illumination control systems are installed, you are adding another layer of security throughout your building because motion detectors and light sensors can register when certain protected areas are approached. If an intrusion is detected, alarms and lights can flood the detected area to scare off intruders. This type of system also does not require active monitoring, which is an excellent plus for building owners because it is automatic and can be accessed from anywhere, even virtually.  

2. Lower Energy Usage – Commercial buildings tend to use 30% of their total energy usage in unoccupied building areas. When installing a commercial lighting control system, the facility immediately becomes equipped with radio frequency readers, motion detectors, and other occupancy controls that register when the building areas are not being used and empty. This aspect allows for the lights in this area to be turned off and temperature controls to be monitored, therefore wasting less energy.  

3. Reduce Cost of Operation – Building illumination control systems can work on a schedule that revolves around the building’s time and zones, controlling the lights as needed. If your building has tenants, these types of systems can be a huge plus to reduce overall costs. Often tenants can forget to turn lights off overnight or even during holidays, needlessly wasting energy. Because of this occurrence, energy is wasted, and overall costs go up. When your building is operating on an automated system, ensuring lights are off at a particular time each day, operation costs can significantly decrease.  

4. Enhance Control – These systems give building owners greater control over their facility because they can access integral systems from anywhere in the world with internet access. This control allows building owners who don’t live in the same city as their building to access and control lighting options remotely using anything from a smartphone to a desktop computer.  

Don’t let your energy be wasted away, contact us today to find out how easy it is to install a commercial lighting control system in your building.