Litetouch

Posted - Oct. 29, 2001 at 7:43 a.m.



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This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.

Celebrities, major league heroes and business magnates are all seeking a Utah company because it has the “right touch” or should I say light touch on interior lighting and home automation. What is this company? Like I said, it’s called LiteTouch, Inc., of course.

Imagine pressing a single button and having all your home’s lights dim just to the right level, setting the perfect mood. Imagine the same button setting the security, audio/visual and heating systems for just the right atmosphere. It’s not so farfetched. It’s LiteTouch.

It’s been almost two decades since the company took its expertise in stage, television and architectural lighting into homes across America. Since installing the first whole-home lighting control system in the United States it has continued to pioneer the home automation and lighting control industries. In 1988, the company introduced its LiteTouch Lighting Control System, which used state-of-the-art digital microprocessor technology to program or re-program any light in the house. Three years later, LiteTouch introduced Scenario, a one-room control system that brings together lighting and audio/visual controls for home theaters, media rooms, conference rooms, lobbies and other large areas.

Whereas LiteTouch is designed for new construction homes, the company recently introduced its new HomeTouch lighting system, which offers exceptional speed and control to an existing home. This system operates easily on a home’s existing wiring and gives homeowners the lighting control capabilities they want without the hassle or expense of rewiring.

Last year, LiteTouch opened its new corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City for its 60 full-time employees—a marvelous team of administrators, engineers and manufacturers. The company’s control systems now are sold by 300 dealers worldwide.

Over the years, LiteTouch has perfected its products. And the company’s many breakthroughs have become industry standards so that any time anyone uses a “light touch” to control their lighting, they have LiteTouch to thank for it.

For Zions Bank, I’m Fred Ball. I’m speaking on business.

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