5 Smart Home Myths Proved Wrong

Home automation is not a new element it has been there for many years, but smart homes, including computer security and new smart lighting systems, are advanced things. If you haven’t automated your home yet, you may have noticed the myths circulating around you. Today we are going to disprove the myths of Smart Home so that you can make a good decision.

Let’s move on to our topic;

Myth #1: Automating a home is very expensive:

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Perchance some people don’t go for home automation because they consider it will be too expensive. It’s not that big of a deal, it’s that you don’t have to buy everything at once. For example, if someone is thinking of a standard home design that is connected to some devices, then, of course, it will not be more expensive. And it won’t cost much if you upgrade it gradually later. 


Myth #2: You need to be a tech-expert to use smart home products:

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The first thought that comes to mind about a smart home is that a house that is connected to the complicated panels & circuits; you have to be an expert to understand it.  But it is not at all complex. It is designed for general use and very easy to use. For this, you just need a smartphone Wi-Fi and installer. Then all your devices will be connected to the same network. Then you need to install an application on your phone. All instructions will be on your screen. All you have to do is follow these instructions. 


Myth #3: They are very power-consuming: 

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It is also known that smart homes spend a lot of energy. But the fact is that power consumption has been kept in mind while making smart devices. These are more energy efficient and consume far less power than conventional devices. Not only is the smart device easy to use but it is also a great way to save energy.


Myth #4: They do not provide privacy and security:



Cybersecurity has become one of the main talking points of modern times. People fear that because their home is connected to the Internet, it could put them at risk of hacking and not provide them with security and privacy. This myth is not totally wrong, but you can take some steps that will make your home completely safe from hacking. This can be done by adapting encryptions methods, by using a firewall on the router and by setting a strong password. 

Myth #5: These devices are fad:

You will indeed have to invest in it. But just think, this will not only reduce your electricity costs but also increase the comfort of your life. By comparing these two things, you will know that this investment is valuable. 

As we have disproved some of the myths that have become popular among the people in general, you can slowly move your home towards a smart home. This will allow you to easily control your home by smart devices.  

One thought on “5 Smart Home Myths Proved Wrong

  • 21 October, 2021 at 3:36 pm

    Thanks for the good article, I hope you continue to work as well.


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