Smart Home Upgrades That Work
Home Buyers Will Love
Smart homes are all about comfort and convenience. With so much time spent at home,
why wouldn’t we invest in that, and making our workdays so much easier? Smart tech
gets buyers excited – and ready to sign on the dotted line – so it’s time to capitalize on it
for those who are newly working from home and looking to upgrade the experience.
Install a smart doorbell
There’s nothing worse than being interrupted while you’re in the zone, focused on work.
Unfortunately, when you’re working from home, that tends to happen a lot. When it’s not
the dog barking or the kids crying, it’s the doorbell ringing. No one wants to be getting
up every half hour, right? Enter the smart doorbell.
Smart doorbells are equipped with cameras and motion sensors that send notifications
on your phone. You’ll be able to see who’s at your door and even talk to them without
having to leave your desk. Don’t interrupt your workflow for random fliers, door to door
salesmen and evangelists. For those who work from home, the smart doorbell can be a
game-changer for their attention span and overall productivity.
Get smart about Wi-Fi
More than anything else, what remote workers rely on is a strong internet connection.
Without it, you’re out of luck, twiddling your thumbs. How can we change that for future
buyers? By upgrading to a smart Wi-Fi router.
What a smart Wi-Fi router does is it ensures that you enjoy the strongest internet signal
and connection, no matter where you are in your home. No dropped calls, frozen Zoom
frames, or endlessly buffering videos for you. If you’re only going to update one thing
about the tech in a home, make it the router.
Alexa, upgrade to smart speakers!
And if you’re going to work from home, why not do it comfortably and in style? Remote
workers rely on a lot of different tech devices, so upgrading the experience is always a
Smart speakers like Amazon Echo ensure that the sound is crystal clear in any
conference call, and a smart assistant like Alexa will be at your service to help you with
any information you may need or simple tasks like playing your favorite music.
Smart home-owners have smart cameras
Anyone who finds themselves working from home should concern themselves with
security. Especially if you’re working with client data, you don’t want that information to
fall in the wrong hands – whether it’s on physical files or on your hard drive.
In addition to adding a stronger lock to your door and changing the password on your
computer from 1234567, you may also consider adding some smart cameras. Giving
you access to real-time footage and recording at all times, smart cameras will alert you
the second there’s an intruder.
What’s the bottom line?
Smart tech has really blown up lately, and it can be the one feature that pushes buyers
over the edge – especially if they work from home. Whether it’s making sure they
always have access to high-speed internet, giving them a virtual assistant, or amping up
security, smart tech can only make working from home more fun and convenient.