Smart home tech offers a dizzying array of options for consumers. Add to that whether the device or system should be hard-wired into the home’s electrical system and internet, or whether wireless is the way to go, and the choices can be challenging. Home inspectors can post this article for consumers on their website to help take some of the guesswork out of upgrading: Wireless vs. Connected Smart Home Tech for Homeowners.
If you’re a homeowner and you’ve integrated smart home tech into your house, here’s an article with some tips to follow before a storm or natural disaster strikes that will keep your home online and protected, and your family safe and informed. If you’re a home inspector, share this article with your clients, especially during their next Annual Home Maintenance Inspection: How Your Smart Home Can Help You Prepare for the Next Big Storm.
Smart home tech is becoming increasingly popular, so much so that many new builds incorporate such systems. Homeowners can also retrofit their existing home with smart home features. But like any new tech, problems can arise. Here are the top five issues and their easy solutions, which home inspectors can familiarize themselves with as a value-added courtesy to their frustrated clients. Home inspectors can also post this article on their website for their visitors: The Top 5 Problems with Smart Home Tech and How to Troubleshoot Them.