Smart Home Technology

See the light (when you want) with smart blinds

Whether your home or apartment is not air-conditioned or just looking for a way to reduce your utility bills, your window treatments can help. Open blinds during hours of sunshine help keep a room warm comfortably during the colder months. Shadows closed when the sun comes to the horizon help keep your space cool during the summer. But managing all your windows at any time of day can become tiring.

That’s where smart blinds come in. You can automate these motorized window coverings. They open when you are ready to start the day with sunlight, close when you want to keep a cooler space, open it when you come home from work, close when you go to bed, you have the idea. Smart blinds make your windows a powerful tool that your home can use for better control of temperature and ambience. The best part is that you do not have to lift a finger to do it.

Save on shopping with a smart fridge

How many times have you been to the store unable to remember if you need eggs? You are not sure to take a box, but to go home and find that you already had a dozen. A smart refrigerator can eliminate this annoyance, small but recurrent, and a multitude of others. These refrigerators are equipped with an indoor camera (so you can check the status of items in the store) and a tablet at the front. This tablet can do a lot, to remind you of foods that will soon expire to read you recipes while you cook. Some smart refrigerator tablets can even serve as a hub for your family, running a program from which everyone can coordinate or serving as a whiteboard so you can leave messages as needed. If you’re looking to upgrade your refrigerator, choose smart home automation technology to reduce your grocery bills and improve the efficiency of your kitchen (and your family).

Cook cleaner and faster with a smart faucet

We have the power to turn motion-sensing faucets in public toilets for years. Finally, this hands-free technology is making its way into our homes. No need to dirty the tap when you try to wash your hands after preparing raw meat. Now you can light your kitchen sink with a wave of your hand or wrist.

And smart tap technology is still evolving, thanks to voice activation. Tell your faucet to turn on hot water while you bring your dirty dishes. Ask him to give you three cups of water for your pasta. You do not have to take out your measuring cups; your cock can do it for you. Upgrading to a new faucet is a great example of using smart home technology to make your daily life easier.

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