New Home Technology
New technology is coming out every day and helping to make life a little easier. From self-parking cars to help you avoid a fender bender, to smart alarms that can gauge the best moment for you to wake up, technology is helping in every aspect of life, including in your home. Consider investing in these smart home technologies to move your house into the future.
- Chamberlain MyQ Garage – finding your garage door opener may not seem like a big deal until the day that you cannot find it. Avoid digging through your cluttered glove box with the Chamberlain MyQ Garage, which will connect to your smartphone and allow you to simply tap the screen to open and close your garage door from anywhere.
- Quirky Aros – as the temperatures continue to heat up for summer, your house may be feeling more like a sauna. While keeping your AC on all day can help to keep your house cool, it will also keep your energy bill very high. The Quirky Aros system will connect with your smartphone and learn your schedule to ensure that your house is always at the perfect temperature when you open the front door.
- Kwikset Kevo powered by UniKey – your front door is now as easy to open as your car door. The traditional looking front door bolt lock can be unlocked with a simple touch of your finger, and will monitor ins and outs of your house. Just in case of a technical issue, you can also use a traditional key to get your door open as well.
No matter what new technologies you have in your house, having the right home insurance coverage will work to keep you and your assets safe. Contact Kurt Rolf Insurance Agency in Hopkins, Minnesota for all of your homeowner’s insurance policy needs.