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10 Smart Home Upgrades for Your Summer To-Do List

Paul Cody Hillel
Paul Cody Published May 5, 2020
10 Smart Home Upgrades for Your Summer To-Do List

The nice weather and plentiful hours of daylight make the summer a great time for homeowners to tackle projects around the house. After you’ve serviced your air conditioner and attended to the other tasks on your seasonal home maintenance checklist, consider some of these summer home improvement options to make your home more efficient and comfortable for years to come.

10 Smart Home Upgrades To-Do List for Summer

Control your home with a smart thermostat

Smart thermostats are surprisingly affordable and easy to install. They are usually compatible with your home’s existing low voltage wiring. By connecting to your home’s wi-fi, a smart thermostat can give you the option of controlling your home’s climate conditions even when you’re away. Their remarkable energy efficiency makes the smart thermostat one of the best summer homeowner tips.

Modernize your alarm system

Modern alarms and are increasingly popular in the smart home maintenance market. Apps that allow you to arm or disarm your alarm system remotely provide convenience and peace of mind.

Replace your smoke, radon, and carbon monoxide detectors

Modern detectors can link with your phone to alert you of smoke, radon, carbon monoxide, and other contaminants even when you’re not at home. In the chance that a fire starts when you’re out, remote knowledge can ensure that emergency personnel reach your home as soon as possible.

Install a video doorbell

Video monitoring systems provide extra home security. A video doorbell can let you see who is at your front door, even if you’re not at home.

Secure your home with smart locks

Installing a new smart lock is one of the easiest summer home maintenance upgrades. In addition to providing increased security, a smart lock can be remotely controlled for when you need to provide a repairperson or service worker with temporary access to your home.

Invest in smart blinds

Modern blinds and shades can be controlled remotely or programmed to rise and fall at specific times. They’re increasing popularity can also improve your home’s value.

Make your internet more robust

Higher quality routers and wireless access points can make your internet faster and improve wi-fi access throughout your home. A stronger internet will improve the functionality of your home’s smart devices, too.

Light up your home with smart lighting

Rather than continuing to rely on motion detectors or timers, you can now control lighting in and around your home from your smartphone or computer. A variety of devices and apps allow you to toggle or dim lights remotely. You can also program preferred lighting settings for different rooms and times of day.

Upgrade your sprinkler system

Timers on sprinkler systems can be great, but they require adjustment as temperatures and rainfall amounts change so you don’t under- or overwater your plants. A smart sprinkler system allows you to control your irrigation system with ease so you can water your lawn, garden, and landscaping only as much as necessary.

Simplify your life with smart home apps

Research some of the best home maintenance apps to find the ones that can work for you and your lifestyle. Some apps can help you with your household budget and finances, while others can link with existing home systems and appliances.

How Liberty Home Guard Can Protect Your Smart Home

However you choose to modernize your home, consider home warranty plans to ensure the continued functionality of your systems and appliances. Whatever your needs, Liberty Home Guard has an affordable plan for you. Contact us at (866) 699-4589 or service@libertyhomeguard.com. You can also request a free quote by clicking the link below.

Home MaintenancePublished May 5, 2020

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