Sunday Morning Tip for Feb 24: The Future of Smart Homes

<span>Sunday Morning Tip for Feb 24:</span> The Future of Smart Homes

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    Smart homes are rapidly becoming part of our current way of life, more than just a future prediction.

    We live in the modern age of convenience and growing technology, making smart homes a must have.

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If you are someone who likes to have control over their safety and security, save time, energy and money, then a smart home is the perfect fit for you.

It’s All About Home Security

One of the major factors affecting our everyday lives is security. We all want to feel safe in our homes and make sure that our homes are secure when we are away. By having a security system that can be monitored from your smart phone or device, this allows you to have complete peace of mind.

Whether you want to make sure your home is secure from intruders, or perhaps you want to be able to make sure your child is safe with the nanny, you can have alarms and cameras installed that are connected to the internet that you can monitor via an app on your phone.

Home security experts from SafeAtLast predict that home security systems will account for over $100 Billion of the total security market by 2020, and that 62% of Americans claim that home security is a top benefit of having a smart home.

 

Don’t Forget Detection Monitors

While safety is at the forefront of home security systems, it is not only about keeping intruders at bay.

Having a safe and secure home means that you can have smoke, water and carbon monoxide detectors installed which can also be monitored from your device outside of the home.

Not only do these devices keep your home safe and secure but they are also cost effective and energy saving.

While the future of smart homes may look like something out of “The Jetsons” cartoon series, there are many appliances and products that are already available in stores, and have been since the late 1990s. Some of the most popular smart home products are locks, alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, which shows that home security is the biggest attraction of a smart home.

Even if a smart home isn’t something that you are too interested in, you should at the very least have a good security system in place so that you have peace of mind while you are out with your friends and family.

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