Handyman Connection’s Guide to Navigating Smart Homes Jamie

We all remember The Jetsons and their home of the future – from robot maids to flying cars, our real-life world is finally starting to catch up.

Smart homes – also known as automated homes – have increased in popularity among new home builders and people wanting to bring their living space up to date. From saving money, to improving safety and comfort, consumers, and I assume many of your readers, might be wondering about the best ways to bring their homes into the modern era.

That’s why Handyman Connection – North America’s premier business liaison connecting customers to local craftsmen in their home community – helps people automate their homes every day and is here to give your readers’ direction.

“The smart home is not here all the way but we are seeing many smaller changes taking hold,” says Handyman Connection’s Derek Christian on the slow but steady trend toward automating homes. “Almost every remodel we do comes with the request for at least a few sockets with built in USB charging ports. On top of that, almost all bathroom fan and light replacements the consumers are selecting are the ones with built in LED lights that change color and Bluetooth enabled speakers.”

Check out Handyman Connection’s blog post, Guide to Home Automations.

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