Monday, April 17, 2017

Smart Tech Ideas for Your Modern Household

Diana Smith is here today to share some really great ideas on smart tech ideas for your modern household. We all know the times are changing so check out these ideas. Thanks Diana, you are always welcome to share your ideas with Happily Ever Rushed! 
The future is here. For a long time we’ve used movies, books, and other media to imagine what improvements could technology bring to our lives, but now that time has really come. In the past few years, we have witnessed the rise of self-driving vehicles and virtual reality is no longer the thing from the sci-fi movies. More and more high-tech gadgets are starting to creep their way into almost every aspect of our lives, including our homes.
If you’ve ever dreamed of having your own home theatre or keyless futuristic doors, you can do it now. With that in mind, we have created this list of awesome smart home tech solutions that you can install today.

Smart Air Purifiers
There are a couple of these products out there, but Leaf smart air purifier really stands out when it comes to quality and features. This little device lets you control the quality of the air in your home through a smartphone app. You can put in air quality parameters recommended by big organizations like the World Health Organization. Leaf also uses a sophisticated woven filtration system to remove all harmful particles from the air. Additionally, it has sensors that analyse the air quality constantly, so you will be updated if anything changes.

Electronic locks
Keys are the thing of the past. Finally, keypads, cards and other types of electronic locks are available for everyone. Locks are always the most vulnerable spot of your home and the traditional ones are particularly vulnerable. Any thief with a lock pick can break into your home in a matter of minutes, but if you install one of those fingerprint reading or card-based locks, things will get a lot more complicated. On top of that, you will not have to worry about losing keys or locking yourself out. Simple fingerprint scan and voila, you are in.

4K TVs and home theatres
4K TVs have been around for some time and they have proven themselves as a worthy investment, especially if you are looking to build your own home theatre. Until now a lot of people couldn’t afford to build one because the technology was relatively new and expensive to make. But today, 4K TVs are everywhere. Movies and other video content are being shot in this resolution, making it a lot easier to justify such a purchase.
We only have one suggestion if you plan to build a home theatre, consult with professionals and even consider hiring them to do this for you. Knowledge and expertise are required to properly set up the sound system, TV, and other components. Luckily, there are companies, like Universal Home Theatre, that will help you with every step of the process.

Smart thermostats
Almost every household has a thermostat, but not a lot of them have a smart one. The biggest difference between these two is that the latter one automatically regulates the temperature in your household. Of course, there are a couple of extra features like monitoring if the room is empty and automatically shutting down the AC to preserve energy. Also, your smart thermostat will cool or heat your home in advance so that when you return from your work the temperature is perfect. There are a bunch more energy-saving and eco-friendly features on these neat devices so make sure to get one for your home.
And that is all. As you can see the future really is here. Installing keyless locks is no longer a distant dream, we can actually do it now. We hope that you found some of our suggestions interesting and that you will consider installing some of them in your home. We guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.

1 comment:

  1. Totally agreed that more and more high-tech gadgets are starting to creep their way into almost every aspect of our lives, including our homes.I am a roofer at MD Roofing Company. I have learned a lot from this post also loved your work here.