Smart shades can typically be controlled from a distance, and their innovative design can assist you in accurately controlling the amount of light that enters your room. If you install them all around your home, then the lighting can be controlled everywhere, but depending on the material they’re made from, you’ll find that there are also some important energy-saving benefits to consider.

Smart shades can be programmed to automatically adjust throughout the day based on the time of day, temperature and sunlight. This can help lower energy costs by reducing the need for artificial lighting and cooling. Smart shades can also be integrated with a smart thermostat to automatically adjust to optimize natural light and temperature, which will very effectively help reduce energy consumption and lower your utility bills.

Sun tracking is another concept that needs to be talked about. Some innovative motorized skylight shades can be equipped with sensors that track the sun’s movement and automatically adjust the shades to block the sun’s rays when they are most intense, which can help keep your home cooler and reduce the need for air conditioning. Advanced smart shade systems can even provide energy consumption reports that identify key areas where you can improve energy efficiency and save money.

Finally, it’s worth mentioning that, since smart shades can be controlled remotely through a smartphone app or voice commands, you’ll be able to adjust the shades even when you’re not home. This can help you save energy by ensuring that the shades are closed when you’re away – such as closing them remotely if you forgot to do it when you left.