Elevate The Smart Technology In Your Mandeville, LA Home
This year more than ever smart home automation systems gained new features and upgrades that increased their functionality. Homeowners and their families are able to live even more comfortable lives by entrusting technology to keep them safe and boost their personal wellness. In this blog, we look at three 2019 trends that help you get the most out of your home automation system. Keep reading to learn about how these trends will boost the performance of your Mandeville, LA smart home.
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Focus On Energy Efficiency
Climate change is the biggest global emergency of our lifetime, and everyone should be doing their part to cut down on energy consumption and reduce their carbon footprint. Smart lighting, motorized shades, and automated climate control systems all work together to lower how much electricity you’re using to illuminate and cool down your home. Having a multi-faceted home automation system makes energy management simple. Occupancy sensors are increasingly popular, shutting off or dimming lights in vacant rooms so that you’re not wasting power.
Smart technology manufacturers have noticed how much consumers value devices that help improve their personal wellness, so there has been a considerable push for products that make users feel more invigorated. We've written quite a bit about circadian rhythm lighting in past blogs
, and it’s a feature being pushed by manufacturers because it can help residents be more productive at the start of their day and relaxed at the end of it.
But that’s not the only wellness devices available right now. Smart sleep lights feature motion-sensing sleep tracking technology that gives you data on different aspects of your time sleeping like turning, breaks, and duration, and wake-up lights lull users to sleep and gently wake them up. Smart air purifiers assess air quality in real time with sensors that search for volatile organic compounds, which activates purification technology that eliminates airborne particles.