Frequently Asked Questions
How does the Celebright Lighting System Work?
How many colours are availabe?
Each RGB light can produce 16 million colors. These lights can be combined together to form billions of combinations!
Can I set my lights to a schedule?
Yes! You can set them to turn on and off at specific times and dates. For example, you could load your Halloween preset at 5pm and turn off at 1am on every Halloween for the next 20 years. The start and end time can also be set to follow the sunrise and sunset for your location and will follow that as is changes through the year. Set for St Patty's, birthdays, anything you like... and once set, the lights will just do their thing without needing any babysitting.
How are the lights controlled?
Our system can be controlled through an app on any Android or iOS device. The app is free to download and use. There's also a web portal where they can be controlled from any web browser.
What is the life expectancy of the bulbs?
The life expectancy of each bulb is 50,000 hours of use.
Can bulbs be replaced?
Yes. Replacements can be purchased through Celebright and replaced by either our team or the homeowner.
Do I need to be home to control the lights?
No. It's a cloud connected system, so you can control your lights from anywhere in the world, as long as you have internet access.
How much will it cost?
The primary driver of cost is how many linear feet of lighting is being installed. Each house presents its own installation challenges, so there's no blanket answer for this. Estimates are free, and often we can get all the measurements we need from google maps. This means we can usually get an estimate back to you super quick!
How long does installation take?
Installation depends on the size and complexity of the job, but generally an installation can be completed in a single day
What areas do you operate in?
We have dealers across North America. Please reach out to see if there's a dealer in your area. Our Head Office is Ottawa, Canada.
I changed my WiFi router. How do I connect my system to my new network?
This PDF outlines the process to connect your system to a new network:Connect to a New WiFi Network
Here's a video that may help as well: