3 Brilliant Ways of Automating Your Home

Updated on August 20, 2020

Nearly 40% of Americans own one or two smart products in their homes, and according to the Parks Associates reports, almost half of all the US households will have automated gadgets by the end of 2020. 

Most automated homes are equipped with smart systems, like thermostats and padlocks. Such systems are important to offer security and conserve energy. You can manage these devices with an app on your computer or smartphone. With this, you can operate your device even when you’re far away from home. Thus, if you have a home, then it’s high time you go digital through the following ways. 

  1. Install Smart Security Cameras

Smart security cameras allow homeowners to virtually watch over their homes at any location. They can help to deter criminals, and if a robbery does occur, your security cameras will aid police officers to apprehend the robbers. Cameras like Arlo Pro 3 and Wyze Cam Pan can capture clear images and videos, which can be used to catch culprits, trace your lost items, and prevent future crimes. Though you may still install other smart security cameras, such as:

  • Ring Stick Up Cam
  • Canary Pro
  • Ezviz C3X Outdoor Camera
  • Vacos Cam
  • Ezviz LC1C Smart Floodlight Camera
  1. Use Automatic Blinds

Similar to normal blinds, smart blinds come with numerous benefits. They may block or let in light, provide privacy, and prevent heat loss. However, automatic coverings like Alexa blinds and SOMA Tilt can be connected to technology to automate the closing and opening process. 

Basically, there are two forms of smart blinds. The first type includes motorized blinds, which may be controlled by a mobile app or smart home speakers, such as Amazon Alexa or Google Home. These blinds also work by being connected to Wi-Fi to allow you to use them through remote control or sound of a voice. The second type, which is also the last, encompasses motorized blinds operated by remote controls only. At times, you can activate your remote control through your voice, and mostly these blinds come with a timer, giving you the opportunity to automatically open or close windows. 

  1. Set up Smart Lights

A smart light bulb provides flexibility and freedom when lighting a home. During installation, you may connect your bulb to your wireless network to adjust the lighting through your smartphone. Most of the smart light bulbs may change colors, adapt to sleeping habits, and dim. Connecting them online also allows you to coordinate other bulbs, improve the efficiency of the energy, and optimize your home’s security. 

The best smart bulbs are bright, simple to install, and compatible with many home systems. In addition to that, they all have a LED feature, meaning these bulbs use less energy than halogen and incandescent lights. Examples of smart bulbs you can buy include the following:

  • Lifx Plus LED
  • Singled Smart Floodlight
  • C by GE Multicolor LED
  • Philips Hue Go
  • Sylvania Smart Plus LED
  • Wyze Bulb

A Bright Future with Technology!

Americans are likely to use smart products, which are already available in the market. Some of these products are blinds, bulbs, and security cameras. Most of the smart products are connecting Alexa and Google into their systems. For instance, LG allows homeowners to control their smart devices through the remote’s microphone. With these new forms of technology in the home, there’s a better and brighter light at the end of the tunnel!

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