What did you do about all those switches and timers?

carecooksApril 10, 2012

So we are thinking about having separate dimmer switches for two sets of lights, switches for Velux skylights (haven't decided whether they will be fixed or not but we'll definitely need switches for the blinds), timer for the fantech exhaust fan and a timer for the radiant heat.

Is there a way for an electrician to combine them all so that they'll look good? I think that a wall with lots of switches will look kind of tacky.

How did you resolve this? Any pics?

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desertsteph

all of that in 1 bathroom?

you might put the fan and 2 lights just inside the door and put those for the skylight and heat (not used going in/out of the room on a regular basis) on a different wall - maybe to one side of the vanity?

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