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Turn Your House Into a Smart Home

By GotSmartStuff | August 28, 2020

Now that you’re spending more time at home than ever before, you may be realizing the need for: A fast, reliable, high-performance network for work, school and streaming; A more up-to-date and enjoyable entertainment experience for movies and relaxation; A simpler way to manage your home, with lights and other smart devices working together; Smarter…

Enhance Gaming with Smart Home Automation

By GotSmartStuff | July 22, 2020

If gaming is your life, you probably live and breathe it.  You may be always searching for that ultimate virtual experience.  In case you didn’t know, nowadays, you can have a truly immersive gaming experience using smart home technology.  Why not have control of your home while playing video games?  It can be really annoying…

6 Smart Home Upgrades That Will Pay Off for You Later

By GotSmartStuff | June 28, 2020

When realtors advise their sellers on what upgrades to do to increase their home value, they say things like give the front door a new coat of paint, trim the grass and shrubs in the front yard and add a few light fixtures.  However, nowadays homebuyers expect much more.  According to a study conducted by…

Amazon Prime Day 2020

By GotSmartStuff | May 23, 2020

Amazon Prime Day is a summer sales event on Amazon websites around the world, where members of Amazon Prime get exclusive discounts on a wide range of items.  Prime Day is one of the biggest retail holidays of the year.  In 2020, over a million products will be discounted for Prime members on everything from…

Alexa’s COVID-19 Resources

By GotSmartStuff | April 11, 2020

In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic that’s forcing most of us into home quarantine and making us paranoid about touching our faces or anything else is the perfect time for voice assistants to spring into action.  Voice commands mean you don’t have to touch places that get heavy traffic during the day – light switches,…

Is Amazon Alexa Always Listening?

By GotSmartStuff | March 15, 2020

As of January 2019, Amazon had sold over 100 million devices that include Alexa, the electronic voice assistant.  Even those not interested in purchasing an Alexa-enabled device know how it works from all of Amazon’s television commercials.  You say, “Alexa, what’s the weather like today?”, and she tells you.  But for those interested purchasing an…

What Happens to Your Smart Home When the Power Goes Out?

By GotSmartStuff | February 17, 2020

Imagine this:  You see a storm fast approaching, and the rain begins pouring down.  You hear thunder, see lightening and begin to wonder what will happen if the power goes out.  Will you be able to open your garage door when you get home from work?  Will you be locked out of your house?  Will…

What Are Alexa Routines?

By GotSmartStuff | January 18, 2020

What Are Alexa Routines?  If you own an Amazon Echo smart speaker, you already know that there are hundreds of things you can do with the device.  But one of the most powerful features of Echo devices is called Alexa Routines.  With Alexa Routines, you can tie multiple actions to a single voice command instead…

9 Reasons to Automate Your Home

By GotSmartStuff | December 23, 2019

We live in a time of unprecedented technological growth.  This is very fortunate, given the fast-paced lives that most of us lead.  In recent years, great strides have been made in making our lives easier by making our homes more tech-savy.  And with almost everyone owning a smartphone nowadays, it makes sense to make our…

Get a Smart Home for the Holidays

By GotSmartStuff | November 26, 2019

The holidays are known to be the most wonderful, cheerful time of the year.  However for many of us, all the planning, decorating, entertaining and coordinating can lead to stress, worry and exhaustion.  Since smart home automation has become so affordable and ubiquitous, why not use it to your advantage?   You can cut through the…


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