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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Turn Your House Into a Smart Home

The majority of Americans wish they could monitor and control their homes while away. Even 36 percent of renters say they’d pay more to have a smart apartment. “I think it’s important that people know that the smart home is completely customizable,” Patrick Mahoney, communication director for Wink, told the Observer. “You don’t need to have dozens of connected products, nor do you need to break the bank in order to benefit.” When people think of connected homes, their minds go to fully-automated dwellings, but it doesn’t have to be a technological overhaul. “I’d recommend anyone interested in the smart home to first think about the pain points they want solutions for,” Mahoney said. “Bolstering home safety? Making routine everyday tasks easier to carry out?”

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