Smart home technology is booming, and homeowners are spicing up their living spaces with numerous gadget-powered amenities. Smart home products, like mobile-centric thermostats, dynamic lighting and even kitchen tools, are skyrocketing in popularity. Now, you can obtain affordable, intelligent home systems—and you can operate your smart home technology with the push of a button. As you consider your next home remodel, consider these high-tech additions.
The Household’s Tech Transformation
The modern home’s digital transformation has begun, and its capacity for high-powered technology is reworking the way families live. Modern smart home technology is dynamic, flexible and empowering.
Unsurprisingly, well-designed additions are changing home renovation expectations. With smartphones, smart TVs, tablets and other smart devices, having the right technology integrated in a home remodeling project is key. It’s not just about hiding wires. You want to make sure your home’s technology systems can keep pace with upgrades. While Bluetooth might be a household favorite now, it’s making room for other technology entering the market.
The well-connected home communicates with users via these radio languages:
When your home is powered by mobile, it operates on your level. Enhance your living room with a spatially flexible Smart TV, and lounge to video streaming beyond mobile-controlled window blinds. A slew of options exist for the finger-powered mobile user, and astounding creations are just beyond your smartphone’s home screen. Your living space deserves control. One of the goals of your home remodeling project should accommodate your current and future use of gadgetry.
Controlling Your Environment
Every home carries atmospherics, such as climate control via thermats and radiant heating to speaker systems. Modern smart home technology isn’t limited to managing these systems. Some homeowners are installing these features into their homes:
- smart aromatherapy diffusers
- quick-acting mobile thermostats
- smartphone-operated ceiling fan controls
- security cameras and alarm systems
- smart locks
Cnet.com lists a variety of smart home technology additions, spanning across smart hubs to color-changing lighting.
The Baseline of Smart Home Technology
It doesn’t end there. Cutting-edge floor textiles and carpets are tracking our every move, redefining conventional day-to-day household actions. Movement detection technology, when partnered with quick mobile design, directly powers AC systems, lights and even showcased multimedia. The baseline of smart home technology is bright, and it’s closing the gap between homeowner and home.
In 2016, wearables will jumpstart the industry, closing the gap further. You needn’t wait: Smartwatches are removing the need for mobile-assisted lighting apps. Heart rate monitors, step counters and voice control are reconnecting, reworking and revitalizing the modern household’s appeal.
The Unstoppable Technology Movement
According to Strategy Analytics, a research and consulting company, 21 percent of homes are primed for smart home technology. Another 36 percent of American customers are considered to be “smart home viable.” Remote, automatic sink shut-off valves, leak protection and safe thermostat technology is soaring, and it’s becoming prioritized over common household additions.
As you plan your home building or remodeling project, take advantage of the industry’s latest, greatest smart home technology additions. The U.S household is changing, and it’s adapting the future’s needs. Green nesters—families owning and operating several tablets and smartphones—have invigorated the future of total mobile control.
How will your home take part of the tidal shift?
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