The Tech Needed for the Smartest Homes this Year

Trista - August 21, 2020
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Keep an eye on your furry children when you aren’t at home and give them a sweet treat if they’re being good. Shutterstock.

A Pet Parent’s Dream

Another thing that is a smart device that pet owners might enjoy is the automated treat dispenser and surveillance camera. It is a device that you can connect to your phone, enabling you to “spy” on your pets when you aren’t at home. 

Some of these devices have a small screen on them, which allows you to video call your pets as well as dispense a treat to them with the tap of a button. If you’ll be away for the day, this can come in very handy for needy pets. 

Imagine not having to spend your Saturday morning mowing the lawn, and instead of having your robot do it for you? Shutterstock.

The Robot Lawn Mower

Did you know that you can now also get a robot lawnmower? Working from the same concept as a robot vacuum, this is a lifesaver if you have a garden, especially a large one. You power it up with your phone and stop it the same way. 

You can do this even when you aren’t at home! You can create schedules and also monitor on your phone where it is on the property. This invention will change the game in the world of landscaping. 

Don’t buy smart home gadgets just because it’s trendy, choose the products that will work for you and your lifestyle needs. Shutterstock.

Make Your Smart Home Personal

When it comes to choosing smart devices to equip your home with, it is going to be personal. There may be some gadgets that other people think are amazing, and for you, they are just going to be a waste of money. 

Figure out what suits your lifestyle and what will help you before just buying it for the sake of being trendy. Yes, smart homes are more valuable, but you live in it, so you need to make it work for you. 

Find smart gadgets that can really make your experience around the home better or even in the garden. Shutterstock.

Choose What Works For You

If you don’t require a smart oven or fridge, instead invest your money in setting up smart light bulbs that turn on with the sound of your voice. This gadget is fantastic, especially on late nights when you don’t want to get out of bed to turn off the light. 

If you love to be in the garden, make it a smart garden instead of your home. There are many amazing smart gadgets out there to enjoy in your yard and make the experience even better. 

Your smart home devices will be worth all the frustration once you learn how to use everything. Shutterstock.

Saving Money With Smart Homes

Smart homes are a great way to save money even though they often require much money to get it all set up. You will save on water bills, electricity bills, and also gas bills in some cases, depending on what you are using. 

You may get frustrated sometimes with your smart devices, but you’ll get used to it, and before you know it, you won’t know what life was like before you had them installed in your home. Enjoy shopping for your smart home technology!

Sources: 

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/uk/consumer-advice/technology/a568194/should-you-be-making-your-home-smart/

https://www.techhive.com/article/3297744/smart-home-guide-for-beginners-how-to-make-your-home-more-convenient-to-live-in.html

https://uk.pcmag.com/smart-home/85/the-best-smart-home-devices-for-2020

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