Smart Home Remodeling Top Smart Devices to Add to Your Home Renovation – Part two

by | Sep 24, 2019 | Uncategorized

 Smart Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
These smart detectors can help save lives or alert you of smoke or carbon monoxide in your house when you are traveling. Some devices also come with programable features that allow you to customize functionality.
Instead of replacing the entire detector, you can purchase smart batteries, which listen for the screech of the alarm. Once an alarm goes off, the smart battery can alert your phone. The smart battery is limited, but it’s a good option if you aren’t ready to replace all of your detectors.
Smart outlets/plugs
Smart outlets allow you to conveniently control your outlets from just about anywhere. You can easily make sure your curling iron is turned off while you are away. You can also turn off your lamp without reaching for the switch. Smart outlets help you save electricity and they give you ease of access. These devices come in at a variety of shapes, sizes and prices, so you will have to find the one that works best for you.
Keyless Entry
Swapping your traditional lock with a keyless entry device comes with many advantages. Electronic keypads can be controlled from your phone, allowing you to lock or unlock your door with the press of a button. This provides ease while you are carrying in groceries and eliminates stress when you can’t remember if you locked the door.
These are just a few of the great smart devices many homeowners are adding to their home remodel plans. If you’re curious how you can make the most of a home remodel with smart technology, give us a call at Randal G. Winter Construction, Inc. at 661-799-8089.  We are located at 28348 Constellation Road, Suite 810 in Santa Clarita or visit our website at



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