How to upgrade you and your family automation actually to make life better? Here are 3 ways to
1. Smart locks no need keys
When kids lose things like house keys. It’s what they do. And if your children happen to get home from school before you get off work, this can be a major concern. But with smart locks—and personalized entry codes—your children can let themselves in even without a key. And you’ll receive a notification on your smartphone the instant they’re safely inside.
2. Smart lighting keeps the peace
If you set lighting schedules, or put countdown timers on rooms that are only used briefly—bathrooms, laundry rooms, etc.—so that the light automatically turns off five, ten, or however many minutes after being turned on. And with the addition of motion sensors tied to timers, your forgetful family members won’t even have to remember to turn the lights on, much less off. Putting lights on a schedule, particularly exterior lights, can save a family member from coming home to a dark entryway as well – program your smart lights to go on at sunset and you’re good to go.
3. Automation makes life easier
When you live with elderly family members or those with physical disabilities, you know that even the most everyday tasks can sometimes be a challenge for them. But home automation can help give them a new level of independence. How so? With a smart, connected home, devices can be programmed to work together in such a way as to reduce numerous physical actions into the simple press of a button. Motion can turn lights on, temp on the smart thermostat up or down, even open garage doors for easy entry and exist. By connecting devices and creating scenes, life becomes a little easier for everyone.