Avoid pesky bundles of crisscrossed wires or the hassle of patching wall holes with wireless light dimmers and wireless light switches. Many of the switches stick to the wall with either Velcro or small screws. A wireless on/off switch is also a safer option, since it helps you avoid the possibility of electrical damage or an electrical fire you could possibly have with new equipment installation or upgrades.
All wireless switches work either via a radio transmission, where a receiver is connected to an electrical system, or via an existing power line.
Factor in the following to find the widest range of prices:
1. Refurbished wireless light dimmers;
2. Wireless light switches from companies that have gone "green;" and
3. Both discount and high-end options.
Wireless light switches are cheapest through sites selling refurbished goodsA wireless on/off switch isn't too expensive if you're buying it for a single household, but contractors can save a ton by buying bulk, refurbished switches from sites that specialize in used telecommunications equipment. These companies often offer customer service that local hardware or home improvement stores do not.
Check out green wireless switchesIt seems like many companies are going green by relying on power sources other than battery or changing up other components they use in manufacturing. Wireless switches are no exception. Don't worry about how long your batteries will last--find a wireless switch that doesn't rely on battery power and do your part to save the environment as well as money.
Find the widest range of prices and applications for a wireless wall switch specific to lightingA wide range of prices on your wireless wall switch needs are available online. No matter what you spend, ask wireless remote control switch sellers about their customer service and existing client base. If they're a high-end company, you might even ask them to provide you with a visual portfolio.
- Before completing any electrical upgrades, including installing a wireless receiver to your home or business electrical system, be sure your building's wiring meets all local building codes. If you've had an electrical system upgrade in the last 10 years, chances are good that installing a wireless remote switch won't be a hazardous endeavor.