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What's Driving People To Buy Smart Homes?


Homes around the country are getting a lot smarter. According to Digital Trends, more and more people are introducing internet-connected devices into their living quarters. What’s driving the growth? A study commissioned by the Home Depot reveals that having a child in the home often influences the decision to buy smart appliances. Also, the survey showed 90 percent of respondents said they believe smart home devices make life easier for aging adults and may allow them to continue living independently in their own homes by simplifying or even automating some tasks. Other reasons included home security, energy efficiency, and overall convenience.

Added on the 21/09/2018 19:43:04 - Copyright : Wochit

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