Smart Home Technology
The Tiny Smart House in Oregon uses current technology throughout. For example, the exterior of the home is monitored by a home security system, notifying the owner when things look and seem a little dicey. Enjoy the tiny house tour!
The cost of smart home tech has really dropped over the past couple of years. If you’re looking to give it a shot, here are a few suggested products.
Consumer Reports highlights some of the latest innovations in smart home security systems, voice assistants, and connected appliances.
Say hello to another bright idea from the window and door experts at Pella! This video introduces the Pella® Insynctive™ family of smart products for your windows and doors. With Pella’s innovation in home automation, you can make life more secure, comfortable and convenient.
The 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat has a bigger, sharper screen. And it’s even better at learning what you like. It’s the smart thermostat that monitors your patterns and sets a daily routine based on “your settings”. It also monitors and reports your energy consumption.
Some people like monitored security systems, some don’t’. If you want to avoid service contracts and monthly fees and can handle self-monitoring of your property via mobile device, the iSmartAlarm may be your solution. With their app, you can access live feeds using your iPhone, iPad or Android device, and monitor and control your security system from anywhere.
Great video with some humor added to tell you about the Kevo Smart Lock by Kwikset. Kevo provides you Bluetooth-enabled access to your home and allows you to send an “e-key” to those you trust, or to quickly delete them as this video demonstrates.
Quick demonstration of motorized blinds for your home. These blinds for windows and doors can be opened or closed in any room via remote control or operated via wireless connections that can be managed on a mobile device, even while away from your home. This technology also includes timers to open or close blinds at designated times.