Last Updated on November 11, 2023 by Hina Rubab
Technology continues to evolve, bringing with it opportunities to enhance your daily life at home. Here are a few of the trends you should be following if you want to keep your house up to date.
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Landlines Are Out
Being tied to one of the traditional phone service providers and its typically high monthly fees is becoming a thing of the past, thanks to VoIP service providers. By providing a simple device that you connect to your home’s high-speed internet, these services allow you to pull the plug on phone bills yet still maintain all of the standard calling features you’ve become accustomed to for little or no monthly charge. You can keep your existing number while continuing to access voicemail, call waiting, caller ID, and more, all while experiencing top-notch audio and easy setup and use.
Smart Kitchens Are In
It’s not just handheld devices that are getting smarter. Nowadays even major kitchen appliances have features to help streamline the time and effort you put into preparing meals. Cameras inside refrigerators can show you what you’ve got, or what you’re running low on, without wasting energy by opening the door; you don’t even have to be at home to see if you’re out of milk. Microwaves, cooktops, and ovens offer voice-user interfaces or remote operation, allowing you to start cooking without being anywhere near the kitchen. Even garbage disposals have become smarter, with models that will compost your scraps for garden use rather than send them through the sewage system.
Integration Is a Must
Accessing multiple home systems from a single location is a major trend in household tech. With integration, from just one centralized hub, you’ll be able to turn on your lights, turn off your stereo, activate your security cameras, and heat up your hot tub, all with just a few taps or voice commands. Most hubs will even operate through an app, so you can communicate with almost anything in your home even when you’re miles away. The best integration systems allow for virtually infinite expansion, meaning that as your home becomes more technologically advanced your control hub will be able to keep up.
Taking advantage of one or more of these tech trends can make living in your home easier and more enjoyable. By ditching your traditional phone service, embracing intelligent kitchen appliances, and integrating your household devices, you’ll be right on top of what’s happening in home technology.