If you’re like most homeowners, then you put a lot of thought into choosing the perfect furniture and fostering a homey atmosphere. But in addition to choosing high-quality furniture, you can boost comfort and convenience in your home by making some smart upgrades. Make your lifestyle more comfortable, more convenient, and just plain smarter with these tech-savvy features.
Ceiling Fan Control
Have you ever woke up in the middle of the night feeling hot, but you’re too sleepy to get up and switch on your ceiling fan? Or do you have a ceiling fan that’s so high up it’s nearly impossible to change the fan’s speed? With a ceiling fan controller, you can change the speed and turn it on or off—all without the struggle of reaching for it.
Curved televisions aren’t just sleek and modern looking—they’re also more functional than traditional flat screens. You’ll be able to easily view the screen no matter where you are in the room, and the curve cuts down on glare from lights and windows. Plus, most curved TVs have an incredibly high-quality picture.
Remote Controlled Light Dimmer
Setting the mood is easier when you’re not interrupted by having to get up to make your way to the dimmer switch. With a remote controlled light dimmer, you can brighten or darken a room no matter where you are in the house. Most come with a traditional wall dimmer as well, so you have the option of how to change the room’s lighting.
Smart door locks are great for anyone who regularly misplaces their keys. They’re also a smarter, safer alternative to keeping a spare key hidden outside the home. Smart door locks provide key-free access to your home, so you can unlock the door by using your smartphone.
Being able to adjust your home’s thermostat without having to walk over to it is a great feature, especially if you have trouble getting around. You can adjust the temperature of the room and stay snuggled up and comfortable on your couch. You just have to use the device’s associated smartphone app to change the temp.
Technology is a huge part of your life, so why not upgrade your home with clever tech, too? Using tech and gadgets in the home isn’t about being lazy. It’s about finding a more convenient and efficient way to live so that you can have more time to spend doing the things you love.