There was a time when opening your garage door from inside your car was the latest in personal technology. Now, an increased number of smart home appliances are making everyday life a little bit easier.
Used alone or together,  smart appliances  and home automation systems can reduce your energy costs. You can control smart thermostats form your phone, provide home and property surveillance, and even water your plants.

Smart sensors around the house
Smart water sensors monitor your home from the inside. They watch for slow moisture buildup that leads to mold and can also pinpoint the location of leaks. Should a leak be detected, you can get an alert so you can begin repairs before damage gets too expensive.
Cutting-edge smart locks allow you to give family access codes you set yourself. If your child is locked out of the house, you can unlock the door remotely from anywhere.