Smart Home Technologies To Make Your Life Easier
Work Smarter, Not Harder, With These Home Technologies
We have seen how technology is making our work lives easier. From email to video conferencing, doing business has become simpler and more direct thanks to the modern age. Technology is making our personal lives easier, too. I am loving the way that smart home technology is transforming the modern home, freeing us up to pursue our best lifestyle instead of worrying about little details. Here are a few smart home technologies that can do the work for you around the house.
- Kitchen: New technology for your home’s hub ranges from kitchen faucets that turn on and off automatically and help you save water to tablets built into refrigerators and ovens that can guide you through your favorite recipe, play tunes for you, or even play your favorite cooking show.
- Bathrooms: Sharing the bathroom? With smart home technology, you can program your individual settings so that your shower will offer you your preferred temperature, lighting, and even music played through sound tile speakers.
- Climate Control: You want to be energy efficient, but you also want your home to be a comfortable temperature. Fortunately, with a programmable, learning thermostat you can have your house cooled off just when you get home from work. You can even control the settings via wifi, so you never have to worry you left the AC blasting when no one is home.
- Outdoor: You love sitting under the shade of your awning, but rolling it out is a pain. Fortunately, new technologies are making it possible for you do just that with a simple press of a button. Want to cool off further with a dip in the pool? Heat it up for yourself with another button press.
Are you looking to find a home with all of these brilliant technologies to make your life easier? For all of your real estate needs across Calabasas, Agoura, and Westlake Village, contact Betsy Dittman. I am here to help you find the right home to free you up to pursue your best life instead of having to focus all of your energy on keeping up the house.