- Temperature Control
Smart thermostats let you reduce your home’s carbon footprint in more than one way. Originally, by using a smartphone or laptop, they allow you to control the temperature in the house remotely. When you go on a holiday trip and find out you forgot to crank down the thermostat since you were in a hurry, you can connect it via your phone and not only reduce the heating but also set it to fire up ahead of your arrival. Additionally, you can program these thermostats to switch down the heat or air conditionor while you’re at company. Moreover, smart temperature controllers can learn and remember your temperature preferences which makes for even easier yet more efficient energy saving.
2. Power-Saving Lighting
Smart lighting fixtures and bulbs offer you with better control of lighting in your house, helping it eco-friendlier in the process. As with smart thermostats, smart technology lets you manipulate indoor and outdoor lighting remotely, through an Internet of Things (IoT) or via a control panel inside your house. You can customize them to light up when you come home or to follow the sunset-sunrise patterns to save energy and rise up security at the same time instead of turning path lights and porch pendants on all the time. Implementing smart lighting doesn’t require you to set up special electrical or data links. Smart bulbs like Philips Hue have all the smart tech you need inside and access with a dedicated app that lets you dim them, put them on a timer or select between 16 million colors.
- Smart Security
The latest remote-controlled security cameras come with HD resolution, night vision modes, wireless installation, and energy-efficient design so each camera can be installed to start