Vantage Controls Lighting & Automation

Vantage manufacturers lighting and automation control systems for high-end residential and commercial spaces. It provides custom installations for customers through its international dealer network. The company, headquartered in Orem, Utah is owned by Legrand, a French company that specializes in equipment for electrical installations. For over 20 years, Vantage has introduced products that have garnered numerous industry awards.

Keypads & Styles

While it might sound a little silly at first, living in a large custom home presents quite a few challenges compared to the average 2400 sq ft American dwelling. We’ve all become accustomed to walking into a room, switching on the lights, and not giving it another thought, but things are considerably more complicated in a substantial estate.

As the design becomes more intricate, that single light switch turns into three or four switches and can quickly balloon into multiple banks of four or five switches each.

Suddenly you’re left trying to figure out what controls what, and your guests don’t have a prayer at operating things on their own.

Functionally, it’s incredibly confusing, and cosmetically you’re just expected to live with the “wall acne” that results. 

In most homes, each bank of light fixtures (called a load) is connected to an individual dimmer installed in your wall. For example, you might have a chandelier, two strings of recessed lights, pendants, a ceiling fan, a lamp, etc. Each load is controlled by its own dimmer that’s installed in the wall, and it doesn’t take long to see how the wall clutter starts to build up.

Our Process:


When you reach out about starting a new project, our first step is to sit down with you for a detailed interview. We ask lots of questions and truly try to get to know you, your objectives, and uncover anything else relevant to your build.


After the initial interview, our team will get to work designing a custom system that meets all of your goals. We’ll give you multiple options where appropriate, and present you with an easy-to-read set of design documents and an approximate budget for what is proposed.


If you like what you see and feel comfortable moving forward. We’ll start the process of working through the more intricate details. We’ll coordinate with your general contractor and start making it our mission to bring your vision to reality.



Throughout the construction process, we’ll execute your design. We’ll get your approval on any changes required in the field, and deliver an end result that you’ll be delighted with.