From new construction to renovations, smart homes are becoming almost an expectation for homeowners. But what does it actually mean to have a smart home?

There are plenty of different levels of intricacy and cost associated with smart homes, and all will depend on the capabilities you want and the size and condition of your property. When it comes down to it, these are the most common and expected components of a modern smart home.

Thermostats

No longer do you need to check your thermostat to make sure you’re not spending more on electricity or heating than you need to; smart home technology allows you to monitor and adjust your home’s temperature and settings, no matter where you are. Some systems will even automatically adjust your home’s indoor heating and cooling dependent on weather changes outside.

Lighting

Whether you want the ability to turn off outdoor lights from your bedroom, or merely to dim the bulbs in your living room while you watch your favorite show, smart home lighting systems will help you keep electricity waste down and will tailor each room’s atmosphere to your choice. Not to mention, remote lighting control can be helpful when you are away from your house and don’t want it to look so.

Appliances and Accessories

Wouldn’t it be great if you could lower the shades in your home without getting up, or even pressing a button? With voice-activated appliances and accessories throughout your home, you can keep yourself comfortable while making changes to your surroundings.

Security

Keeping your home safe is important, and with a smart home, you can link security cameras, motion detectors, and other elements that help you know you’re safe at all times. Access these systems from within your home or when you are away to always know that your belongings are protected.

 

 

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