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The 5 most common Smart devices for your home!

Of course, every home and lifestyle has differing preferences and needs, but these are our Top 5 Smart Devices to have in your home.

Let's get into it...

Smart Speakers
Smart speakers, such as the Amazon Echo or Google Home, allow you to control various aspects of your home using voice commands. You can use them to play music, get weather updates, set reminders, and control other smart devices in your home.
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Smart Thermostats
Smart thermostats, such as the Nest or Ecobee, can help optimize your home's heating and cooling system, reduce energy consumption, and save money on utility bills. They can be controlled remotely via smartphone apps and can even learn your preferences over time to further improve efficiency.
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Smart Security Cameras
Smart security cameras, such as the Ring or Arlo, allow you to monitor your home from anywhere in the world, providing a sense of security and peace of mind. They offer features such as motion detection, night vision, and two-way audio communication.
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Smart Locks
Smart locks, such as the August or Schlage Encode, provide enhanced security and convenience for homeowners. They allow you to lock and unlock your doors remotely using your smartphone, grant access to guests using unique codes, and receive notifications when someone enters or exits your home.
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Smart Lighting
Smart lighting, such as the Philips Hue or LIFX, allows you to control your home's lighting system using voice commands or smartphone apps. You can set schedules, dim or brighten lights, and even change the color of your lights to create a desired atmosphere.
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The crazy thing is - these are merely a starting point! Most items are able (or in fact, designed) to be added onto a system gradually. 
It's like starting a business - there's not much point waiting to get all your ducks in a row before doing anything - you'll be waiting forever.

Instead, start small and let it grow. 👍

More content in progress, if you're interested......

- Home Automation: Where do I start!?
- Amazon Echo v Google Home
- And more...