Typical switches turn lights and outlets on/off. A typical residential switch has a toggle lever that will operate the switch.
Homeowners will often opt to install a dimmer switch in place of the normal toggle switch to control lighting in order to save energy or for the purpose of setting a mood whether softer or brighter. Dimmers reduce energy consumption by cycling light and increasing bulb life. Sleek, functional, economical; no matter how you add it up, dimmer switches not only help beautify a home, they also can make life more enjoyable for homeowners.
Dimmer switches come in four popular styles: dial, slide, touch pad, and combination light switch/dimmer slide. Since dimmer switches come in different shapes and each operates a little differently, you should always follow the instructions included with the switch for installation and operation.
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