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18 Oct, 2022
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How Smart Homes Save You Money

“With great power comes great electricity bills! Save electricity”  

– Anonymous

From smart doorbells to light bulbs and thermostats, the smart home set-up has grown popular all over the world. The latest smart home statistics from a survey show that as many as 57.4 million households in the US are actively using smart home devices in 2022. Market analysis predict that the rise of the smart home movement is here to stay, but what exactly does that mean? And will it save homeowners money and prove more convenient in our every day lives?

Our experienced team is trained in all aspects of electrical service and are always up to date with the current trends, so let’s see what they said about smart homes.

What is a smart home?

The idea of a smart home may feel very futuristic, but as we’ve seen from the statistics alone, it’s already here. A smart home allows homeowners to effectively control their appliances, thermostats, lights, and other devices remotely using a smartphone or tablet via an internet connection.

Why invest in a smart home?

Smart home technology provides homeowners with convenience and cost savings. Many Americans decide to invest in smart technology for their home to receive the cost-saving benefits like these:

  • Smart homes allow you to have greater control of your energy use, all while automating things like adjusting temperature, turning on and off lights, opening and closing window treatments, and adjusting irrigation based on the weather.
  • Smart homes provide insights into energy use that can help you become more energy efficient and mindful of ecological factors.
  • Smart homes can pinpoint areas where you’re using more energy than you need to, allowing you to cut back in those areas and save money.

Smart Home Ideas from Vittetoe Electric

We all want to save on our bills and become more eco-friendly to preserve our planet. But becoming a ‘smart home’ doesn’t have to mean buying all the latest technology today, in fact, you can start by making small, subtle changes to reap the benefits tomorrow.

  1. Smart bulbs. The top of our list for a big change. Smart bulbs are internet-enabled LED light bulbs that allow you to control, schedule and customise your lighting remotely. They’re incredibly energy efficient and you’ll be able to ensure your family members aren’t leaving lights on all over the house!
  2. Smart thermostats. Invest in a smart thermostat for Fall and Winter. When the cooler weather arrives, you’ll be able to control your heating and hot water to create schedules and set timers to save electricity and fuel.
  3. Smart plugs. Do you often leave the plug on and devices on standby? It’s a waste of electricity and can quick contribute to expensive energy bills. A smart plug is an adaptor that plugs into your wall or outlet and connects to WiFi networks. Once connected, you can control your smart plug remotely so you can turn your plugs on and off.

Vittetoe Electric can help make your home smart

Ready to invest in smart home technology and save money? Vittetoe Electric is the company to call to help here in Colorado. Call Vittetoe at 1 (303) 521 7827 to get started finding the right smarthome devices and installation services for your Colorado home.

Our friendly and helpful technicians are highly trained and as dependable as they are trustworthy.
Let’s begin today.

Always Hire Professionals

No matter urgent any electrical repairs seem, it’s never okay to attempt to handle them on your own. Trying to take care of electrical problems without professional training is extremely dangerous. If you or someone else aren’t hurt during your attempt, there’s still a chance that you’ve left something undone that poses a huge risk to you, your home, or your family. In fact, faulty electrical wiring is the number one cause of house fires in the United States, according to the National Fire Protection Agency. So in order to make sure that your home is safe, rely on a professional for any electrical services.

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