IFTTT (If This Then That) technology directs devices to perform certain functions in response to an action, such as turning on lights when a car pulls up in a driveway.
From alerting you of someone at your front door, to reminding you to close a door you left open by accident or have a water leak, security systems provide everyday assitance
Smart homes can be programed to turn off lights and plugs overnight or only function when movement is detected or when people at home, saving you money on your electric bill.
Technology can be complicated. An already programmed or voice-controlled home system promotes accessibility and comfort for you and your family
If you're gone working for a few hours or a even a few weeks on vacation, you can rest knowing your home is self-automated and can monitor settings remotely
A smart home system can help detect energy or water leaks, saving you money and time finding the source
The average monthly savings from using smart home products is $98.30, which adds up to an average of $1,179.60 per year.
Automating your plugs, appliances, lights, and thermostat helps lower your energy bills. However, other devices are meant for convenience, not savings, and the energy they use may increase your energy bills
Enabling two-step authentication, thumbprint passwords or face detectors will make it harder for hackers to access your home system. Always keep your security updated, especially on new devices. A good router and strong passwords are essential to prevent security threats.
Smart devices heavily rely on Wi-Fi, so you need a relatively good Wi-Fi network for your smart home.
The average residential Wi-Fi routers available in the market are not designed for smart homes, hence they have a weaker connection, smaller range, and lower data rates. To have multiple devices talking to Alexa or Google assistant, and communicating with each other, you need a good router.