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Do You Want To Live A Sustainable Life? Use Smart Home Technology
A smart home can feel like a magical place, where music, lights, heaters, and curtains are all automated with just the sound of your voice. The home may even talk with you through the smart assistants and smart speakers. Other than giving you comfort and convenience, a smart home can also make your life more sustainable by conserving both energy and water. Through scheduling and sensor-based automation, smart thermostats, smart lighting, and smart plugs & switches, your smart home will have a reduced carbon footprint and environmental impacts.
Here are some ways that smart home technology can make your life more sustainable:
Smarter Use Of Energy- electricity usage at home often leaves a huge carbon footprint, especially due to the constant use of appliances, lights, and various electronic devices. It can be very costly if you have the habit of accidentally leaving the heat or aircon turned on all day when you are at work. Wasteful use of lighting and electronic equipment will leave a substantial carbon footprint. A smart home system may use scheduling, smart thermostats, smart lighting, and smart plugs so lighting and electronic devices can be turned on/off automatically at specific times of the day. Sensors can also tell the system when to operate your lighting and appliances.
Save Water- watering too much is bad for your plants and wallet. With proper scheduling, you can make sure that your plants are properly watered without excessive waste. The smart home system can start watering early in the day to avoid excessive evaporation and wasting water. You can specify how much water is needed for the backyard and lawn to accurately control daily water usage. This arrangement can help reduce utility bills and environmental impacts of your home.
Implement Window Management- with a smart window management system, it is possible to reduce energy consumption through more efficient use of HVAC and aircon. During a sunny winter day, the automated blinds and curtains will open to let the sunshine in and increase the room temperature. During summer, the amount of natural light can be controlled to keep the room temperature low and avoid causing the air conditioner to work harder. Motorised windows ensure proper airflow during summer to regulate the room temperature automatically.
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