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3- Install occupancy and vacancy sensors in place of switches. You'll walk into a room with your hands full and an occupancy sensor will turn your lights on. If you leave lights on in closets and hallways, worry no more. When you're gone they will turn off automatically if vacancy sensors are installed.
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4- Buy timers. When it's dark outside, you want to come home to a well-lit home.If you're not there, it's nice to have lights that deter break-ins. Use wall timers for wall or ceiling fixtures like entries and exteriors and and plug in timers for lamps. Technology is advanced enough to allow you variable on-off settings so if you aren't home, it's not obvious that a timer is working your lights.