I'm in the process of trying to run some smart switches to make my house's muted lights a little smarter, but I'm one of the unlucky ones to have an older, neutral home. So with that in mind, everyone recommended the Lutron Cassette dimmer switch for my needs. Now, I don't want to go replace all my bodies, so my question is this: Some of my accessories are standard bases and some are chandeliers, which I can find compatible bulbs on Lutron's website, but the body My lobby and kitchen accessories use basic GU24 bulbs and no bi-post bulbs are listed on their website (or if I miss them). So I was wondering if anyone has any experience to know if it will work or not before throwing a lot of money on switches.
Also, some of my switches are connected to fans with lights, but it's just a single button to turn on the fan and pull chains to turn on either the light or the fan. Are there options for these applications? Not to start, obviously, the mute house and the mute fan, but only to have remote access to as many switches as possible. Thanks!
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