Smarthomes are recently on the rise in the home automation industry, and the industry is expected to reach $79 billion by 2020. It’s no surprise as owning home automation devices can be deemed as the ‘cool’ thing to have and it would surely impress any guest. While others consider convenience a major factor to owning home automation equipment, savings is also a major factor. Let’s take a look to see if owning Smarthome devices actually save you money.
Save Money from Burglars and Theft Protection
Did you know, that burglars are less tempted to break in when they see security cameras around the house? Makes sense when your home is well equipped and intruders know that the police can be called at any time if t
Owning a Smart Plug is a lot more convenient than you might think and can actually reduce so much stress (especially if you’re forgetful like me). You can automate anything within seconds, such as every day appliances and devices that you probably didn’t think you’d need. Here are some tips on how to maximize your smart plug:
Pre-Heat Your Curling Iron
Whether you’re in bed or doing some other chore, set a timer to have your curling iron or straightener so it’s already heated up in the morning. For this specific function, though, you need an iron that has an on and off switch that is already on to work.
Start Your Mornings Right
Whether you like a hot cup of coffee, hot tea, start your mornings just right with a hot drink. Ju
Convenience should never get a bad rep. If something’s making your life easier, then why not? SmartHome is making waves in the technology industry currently, however it’s still an upcoming and new technology. One of my current favorite products in our SmartHome lineup are the Smart Bulb. To be fair, this light has so many capabilities and I’m here to tell you why you need a Smart Bulb in your current housing sitch.
Control Your Light From Anywhere
This is the best feature of the smart bulb. Having your lights on before entering the house is not only useful, but one of those things we hardly think about improving. For example, every night (before getting my Smart Bulb installed), I found myself stumbling in my room to turn the lamp on - which was about 15 ft from my door. It took me a while to