February 2, 2019 Read More »
Category: Home Automation
Like other home automation systems, the HomeSeer system revolves around a central controller (or hub) containing HomeSeer software. Unlike other systems, however, HomeSeer systems do not include any individual products like lights, sensors, or locks. However, the HomeSeer software or controller lets you add virtually any home automation product you want—that’s not something other home automation companies offer, and it sets HomeSeer apart from the competition.
Curious about how home automation makes it possible to control your lights, doors, and heating from your phone? Learn about the many benefits of home automation.
Check out our roundup of the best smart light switches and dimmers to find one that fits your preferences and your budget.
Caséta Wireless by Lutron is an easy, DIY lighting system that supports up to 50 devices. Read our review to find out if it is a good system for your home.
You don’t have to choose between Zigbee and Z-Wave. Philips Hue and August both work with Alexa and Google, so if you’ve got an Amazon Echo device or a Google Home you don’t really have to worry about which protocol your devices use.
Our handy holiday gift guide can help you find holiday gifts for everyone on your list without leaving your house.
Holiday shopping doesn’t have to be frantic. We’re here to help you find great deals without leaving your house—pants are optional. Make Black Friday and Cyber Monday count by dropping your hard-earned dollars on smart home gear that anyone will love.
With so many home automation systems on the market, it would be easy to overlook Wink in favor of bigger players like Samsung SmartThings, Nest, and Amazon Alexa. But with an easy installation, a user-friendly app, and consistently reliable performance, the Wink Hub 2 is an approachable choice if it’s your first time using a smart home system…
A smart speaker with a home voice assistant is a useful and fun device to have, whether you plan on integrating it with a home automation system or not. You can ask questions, set timers, check the weather or your calendar, and do a lot more, depending on the other devices in your home.
But which one to get?…
Nobody wants to lose their independence, especially when it comes to living at home on your own. That said, certain disabilities, injuries, or decreased mobility due to aging, can make living at home more difficult. Fortunately you can take steps to make your home safer and more suitable for independent living…
Some home automation devices help you save energy, some keep your home safer, and some are just shiny and cool. But with so many smart home devices out there, it can be hard to decide which ones to invest in—not everyone has bottomless pockets. We’ve rounded up the best home automation products out there so you can find the exciting shiny gadgets that are useful enough to be worth your hard-earned money…
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