Here’s how you can add convenience to your home by adding smart features.
 

Is your home smart? Smart homes have been trending for a few years, and smart features add value and convenience to your house. So today we have special guest Ken Player, owner of Smarter Homes in the Greater Boston area, with us to explain how you can make your home smart. Smart home technology has been around for a while but has gained momentum in the past few years. 

There are plenty of smart home applications, and more are coming out every day. Here are the top three things people want from a smart home these days:

1. Security. One of the driving features of a smart home is security, and it’s easier now than ever. You can simply look on your phone, see who’s at your door, speak to them, lock the door behind you when you leave with the push of a button, etc.

2. Whole-home music. People love to have music in their kitchens and out on their decks, especially when they’re home more these days. 

3. Streaming. Streaming has increased exponentially. You need a strong wi-fi connection, but with it, you can stream music, movies, watch your security cameras, and much more. Outdoor home theaters are also gaining popularity.

“Smart features add value and convenience to your house.”

As professional installers, Ken’s team can implement smart features, show you how to use them, and you can get the most for your money by hiring a professional instead of trying to do all this on your own. They have options you don’t even know about yet. Despite their name, Smarter Homes also does commercial business; when Lisa owned a restaurant, Ken helped her with the business’s music. 

Remember: You can have a wicked smaht home! 

If you’d like to contact Ken and his team with questions or to make your home smarter, email them at smarterhomes123@gmail.com, or you can reach out to the RandL Home Team and we’ll put you in touch with them. If you have any other questions concerning real estate, you can always call or email us. We would love to be your real estate resource.