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Smart home devices can reduce energy consumption by controlling lighting levels, heating and cooling temperatures and smaller homes devices that are plugged into electrical sockets.  With an array of smart devices to choose from, getting started can be as simple as installing smart plugs and switches. Smart thermostats can be used to automate heating and cooling of homes.

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Smart Bulbs

Smart speakers can also lead to considerable savings in both time and money. The AI powering these devices has become reasonably complex, often automatically adapting to users’ habits. The more you use it, the more it understands your schedule and automatically performs your regular tasks, saving you time. Thanks, to recent improvements, smart speakers today are compatible with a broader range of devices. As a result, they can automate more functions, like climate control or lighting. When a device familiar with your daily routine can automate energy-consuming processes accordingly, it can lead to substantial cost reductions.

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Smart Speakers

Thanks to recent improvements, smart speakers today are compatible with a broader range of devices. As a result, they can automate more functions, like climate control or lighting. When a device familiar with your daily routine can automate energy-consuming processes accordingly, it can lead to substantial cost reductions.

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Smart Plugs

Smart plugs are slowly taking over the traditional standard plug sockets, and there are many reasons why. Smart plugs can transform the way you interact with your appliances, for those who don’t know it may sound silly. Smart plugs allow you to control your devices remotely, making it easier to switch on those appliances even when you’re not at home. The smart plugs are controlled via an app that has been created by the supplier, and you can control your appliances power with a simple touch of a button

Smart plugs can help lower your electricity bill and can always make your home safer without accidently leaving on your hair straighteners or heaters on. Because of how easy it is to control your appliances and see what plugs are turned on or not with one tap on your phone you can turn off each plug socket that doesn’t need to be on. It is very easy to leave a traditional plug on, and can easily forget to turn appliances off, but because of the control from your phone, that is a thing of the past.

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Smart Home Security

Giving your property a secure perimeter of protection can help you rest easy at night or while you are away on vacation. With an integrated alarm system, you can easily arm and disarm your home from the convenience of your smartphone or tablet no matter where you are. You can also program your system to take certain actions when an alarm is triggered. For example, you can receive immediate alerts on your smart device notifying you of any unauthorized access and program your exterior lights to turn on when an alarm goes off.

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You are also able to decide who has access to your home when you are not there with personalized codes or by remotely communicating with visitors through a video intercom when they ring your doorbell. Monitoring and managing who enters and leaves your home, as well as ensuring your entryways are locked from the convenience of your smart device, gives you peace of mind in the palm of your hand.  

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Smart Thermostat

According to WalletHub, the average U.S. family spends at least $2,000 per year on utilities, with heating and cooling of spaces alone accounting for more than half the bill [1]. If you live in a part of the country known for frigid winter temperatures, you can expect to pay a decent amount for heating. And if the season is worse than what forecasters predict, heating costs will go up even more. A smart thermostat helps because the device is able to learn your preferences and adjust accordingly.

This means that if you turn down the heat before you leave during the day, the thermostat will pick up on your habit. If no one will be home until the late afternoon, why waste heat?