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The Easiest Way To Decide If You Need A Smart Home

31 Jul, 2022

Smart homes will allure you in many ways. Imagine: walk into your home, and the lights are turned on automatically. Ask the virtual assistant to make a cup of coffee. When you are not there, a robot vacuum will clean the place. When you will be away from home, your home is still near on your smartphone. 

Smart homes will allure you in many ways. Imagine: walk into your home, and the lights are turned on automatically. Ask the virtual assistant to make a cup of coffee. When you are not there, a robot vacuum will clean the place. When you will be away from home, your home is still near on your smartphone. 

Installing smart devices and setting up home automation will help you manage your home from anywhere in the world. The smart home of your dream can be a reality with Whitelion smart home automation.

The smart home has become a staple of the modern lifestyle, but it can be difficult to know if you need one. There are lots of questions to ask before you make the plunge: What will your home look like? What kind of devices will you have in it? How much do those devices cost? How much can they save me money? And so on.

Here is how to get you started!

Best Way To Start

The best way to start is by adding one or two devices at a time. If you are new to smart home automation and don't know what all the different terms mean, then it's best to start small and learn as you go.

How To Control Everything In Your Smart Home?

There's no doubt that smart homes are the future. The ability to control everything in your home from your phone or voice assistant is not only convenient, but it can also help you save energy and money.

So how do you control everything in your smart home? The first step is to invest in a good-quality smart home hub. This is the brain of your operation, and it will allow you to control all of your devices from one central location.

Once you have your hub set up, you can start connecting your devices. Many popular devices, like thermostats and lightbulbs, now have smart versions that can be controlled remotely. You can also add things like security cameras and door locks to your system.

The great thing about smart devices is that you can generally control them using your voice. So if you're cooking dinner and need to turn on the oven, you can simply say "Alexa, turn on the oven." No more fumbling for the right button!

One word of caution: be sure to secure your devices and your network. Smart homes are an attractive target for hackers, so take steps to protect your home and your data. With a little effort, you can turn your home into a smart home that's easy to control and safe from hackers.

Voice Control: The Easy Place To Start

Voice control is one of the most popular features of smart devices these days. And it’s no wonder – it’s incredibly convenient to be able to control your devices with just your voice.

If you’re thinking of adding voice control to your home, the good news is that it’s easier than ever to get started. There are a number of voice-controlled devices on the market that are compatible with popular virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

So, if you’re looking for an easy way to add voice control to your home, start with one of these devices. You’ll be surprised at how quickly you start to wonder how you ever lived without it!

A smart speaker is the most convenient way to gain voice control in your home, with access to popular voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, and Google Assistant depending on the model. Amazon has the most diverse collection of Echo speakers, while Google has a couple of Nest speakers and Apple sells the HomePod small. Third-party speakers with Alexa and Google Assistant capabilities are also available, however, Siri is confined to the HomePod.

Smart Bulb To Save Money 

Smart light bulbs are a great way to save money and energy in your home. These bulbs use less electricity than traditional lights, while still providing the same amount of illumination.

The average incandescent light bulb uses around 100 watts while an LED bulb can be as little as 4 watts. In comparison, an incandescent bulb will cost you Rs. 4-5 per hour to use. If you have 20 bulbs in your house for 6 hours per day, then you'll spend about Rs. 400 per month on electricity costs alone before even considering how much money it costs for each bulb itself. 

It could range anywhere from Rs. 2000-3000 depending on whether or not they're emergency exit lighting only or something else entirely different like ambient/task lighting throughout their entire lifespan. 

So let's say we go with 50 total fixtures needing replacement every year - this means our total yearly expenses come out to somewhere between Rs. 12,000-15,000 depending upon how many hours work gets done during those 12 months. That may seem like a lot but once again - keep reading below where I provide additional details about ways we can save even more money using smart technology.

Use Smart Plugs To Automate Your Old Tech

One of the best ways to automate your home is to use smart plugs. Smart plugs are devices that you plug into an outlet and then connect to your home’s Wi-Fi network. Once they’re set up, you can control them with your smartphone or with a voice assistant like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

One of the great things about smart plugs is that you can use them to automate just about any device in your home, even if it’s not a “smart” device. For example, you can use a smart plug to turn on a lamp when you get home from work or to turn off your coffee maker when you leave for the day.

If you’re looking to get started with smart plugs, we’ve got a few recommendations. Once you have your smart plugs set up, you’ll be able to start automating your home like never before!


We hope this article has helped you to decide if smart home technology is right for your home. For those of you who have already made the leap, we would love to hear about your experience in the comments section below!

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