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The huge draw of smart outlets is that they can give control over any appliance in your house, from practical appliances like desk lamps through to luxury oddities like LED feature lighting.
But it isn’t really practical or desirable in most situations to have just one smart outlet. After all, once a homeowner gets a taste of the automation options, they’ll typically want control over a range of home appliances.
These upgrades are quick, easy, and won't break the bank
If you’re planning to sell your home, having a few smart features could sweeten the deal and make it that much easier to sell. Here’s our list of the five best smart upgrades to look into if you’re selling your home.
If you’re interested in home comforts and cool gadgetry, it’s likely you’re well acquainted with some of the amazing new smart technologies which can make the inside of your home more comfortable, more fun and more secure.
But what about outside?
When looking at smart home technology it’s easy to focus on the upfront costs of getting all that cool technology installed. Don’t get us wrong, it’s sensible to think that way! Unless you’re a bajillionaire and money is no object, it’s good to have a budget and stick to it.
That being said, one of the major draws of smart home technology is that it lets you bring all kinds of efficiency-gains to your home. That’s right, smart home technology isn’t just cool, in the long run it can save you significant moolah.
Here’s five ways a smart home can save you money.