Smart home is becoming an increasingly popular concept with many consumers. More and more smart devices are appearing on the market that contribute to making your home more sustainable. Nowadays, there are already numerous smart devices to choose from. Think of smart locks, lighting, plugs and so on. Besides these popular smart devices, there are also devices for which sustainability is not readily thought of. Below, we highlight three types of smart devices. Discover which devices will make your home more sustainable!
Smart thermometer and thermostat
A smart thermometer measures the outside temperature precisely. You can connect a smart thermometer to your sunshade, for example. When the thermometer measures that the outside temperature is above 24 degrees, your awning will receive a trigger and it will go down automatically. This ensures that it does not get so hot in your home and that you do not need an air conditioner or fan to cool down the house. Besides a smart thermometer, a smart thermostat is also very handy. With a smart thermostat you save on your energy costs and contribute to a better climate! Set the thermostat so that it only goes on and off when you want it to. Do you like a bit more coolness in your home? Then set the thermostat to turn off automatically whenever you want! Both smart devices save you money on your energy bill and help make your home more sustainable!
Smart window coverings
This is something that many consumers often forget when they think about smart appliances and sustainability. But window blinds can also provide cost savings on your energy bill and make your home more sustainable! Smart window coverings can be operated electrically. Our smart window coverings offers many possibilities. It is possible to link the Smartblinds to a smart thermometer. When the thermometer measures that it is hotter than 25 degrees outside, your Smartblinds will automatically receive a trigger and will go down. This ensures that no air conditioning or ventilator is needed in the house to keep it cool. This results in cost savings on your energy bill! Of course, this also works the other way round. When the thermometer measures that it is colder than 10 degrees outside, for example, your Smartblinds will automatically go up and the sun on the windows can provide warmth in your home. This means that your heating doesn't have to be turned on, or it doesn't have to be turned on as much. This also results in cost savings on your energy bill!
There are numerous smart devices on the market today. All these devices have different functionalities and benefits? Curious about the advantages of Smartblinds smart window coverings? Get Smart with Smartblinds in your home!