Monday, 19 August 2019
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Smart Appliances for Your Smart Home

We have entered the smart home era. While technology is not yet to the whole home integration of cartoons like the Jetsons, it is getting closer. While most people know that home automation can control your lighting, heating and air conditioning, did you know that many appliances are now being made that take advantage of smart technology? Here are a few smart appliances that are available right now.

Smart Refrigerators

Smart refrigerators allow you to view the contents of the refrigerator, control temperatures, even check the weather. These smart fridges can be accessed remotely, simply by opening an app on your phone, and Samsung is one of the biggest manufacturers. If you’re in the market, check out some Samsung refrigerator dealers.

Smart Ranges

Smart ranges give you a lot of cool options for both your stove top and oven. You can download preprogrammed recipes to use in your meal planning, and you can be notified via an app when your food has completed cooking.

Smart Washers and Dryers

Smart washers and dryers offer interesting features. Some will simply notify you on an app when they have finished running. You can also re-start a drying cycle if you want to fluff your laundry before you take it out of the dryer. Others will allow you to schedule laundry for the most energy-efficient time of day.

Smart Faucets

Smart faucets are a neat, new addition. These devices have a small puck that you simply tap to turn the water on and off. You can preprogram temperature settings and use them the next time you turn on the faucet. These settings can be managed via a smartphone app.

Smart Vacuums

Smart vacuums have been growing in popularity. These devices have cameras and sensors installed and map out your entire floor. From there, they develop the most efficient cleaning path. Even better, they can clean while you’re away from the house.

Smart Mowers

Another new entry into the smart home scene is smart mowers. These devices have boundary wire around your yard to determine where they can and can’t go. After that, they intelligently determine the best route for mowing. Most can mow day or night, rain or shine. When they run low on power, they automatically return to their dock to recharge.

Smart devices and appliances are growing in popularity and selection. If you’ve got a need, chances are, there’s a smart device that can fill it. Try out a smart device today, and step into the twenty-first century.