Five easy ways to upgrade your home

We are lucky enough to be in a time where technology is abundant. It can make our lives so much easier as well as make our homes feel so much more comfy and luxurious. In this post, we’ll take a look at some technology that you can add to rooms in your home that can really add value.

1. Remote control lights

Introducing remote control lights into your home can really make your life so much easier. They can usually be voice activated, making it easy to switch them on and off as you enter and leave a room. You can also use an app to control them from your phone, meaning that you can turn your lights on and off at home, even when you are not present. This is a great security deterrent, as you can use it to fool would-be burglars into thinking you are actually present in your home.

Remote control lights are also great for creating a perfect atmosphere. Many compatible bulbs, for instance, give you lots of different colour options and the lights can also be dimmed. There is plenty of advice available about creating the perfect lighting.

2. A superior home brew

There is nothing like a good cup of coffee in the morning, especially on those weekend mornings when you have the luxury of being able to wake up slowly. Treat your kitchen to a professional coffee machine. It will look great and you will love your morning coffee treat. If you are particularly keen on revamping your kitchen, we have a post about home projects you can do in 2019, including changes you can make in the kitchen, which you might find interesting.

3. Your next TV

TVs are constantly evolving. Can you remember when High-Definition was all the rage?

Now, every TV needs an Ultra High-Definition or 4K display. Why not upgrade your living room with a brand new all singing and all dancing TV? You could even introduce an audio video installation. These allow you to enjoy integrated audio and video throughout your home which can be controlled with one easy-to-use interface.

4. Do-it-yourself security

You can use technology to keep your home safe. You can install cameras, motions sensors and alarms that can all be controlled remotely through your phone.

You could see who is knocking on your door even when you are not there or be alerted if there is somebody lurking around your property. There is plenty of advice online about keeping your home safe.

5. The case for a projector

If you don’t want a TV to be a focal point in your living room you could always opt for a projector. Having one means that you can watch your favourite movies or events on a large screen without actually having a device that takes up that much room.

If you choose a wireless model you can simply mount it to your ceiling and without having to worry about cables you can connect it to your home entertainment source to enjoy all the programmes that you usually enjoy.



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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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