Smart kitchens are smart because they work in connection with automated home technology (devices, apps, and the Internet) to help you manage energy and integrate your smart products. You can engage smart home assistants, such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, to help out too.
Smart lighting. No light switch needed. Turn on and off, dim, or automate your lights by voice command. Program your lights to turn on at certain times or even dim when the kitchen is not in use. Be sure to use LED lights too – they use up to 75% less energy, provide beautiful lighting, and last longer.
Smart Dishwasher. The water savings are astounding – 1,000 gallons of water annually compared to the older models. Monitor or control your dishwasher with a smart app while you’re away.
Smart Cooking. Save money, time, and energy with a smart oven or cooktop. Preheat, turn on, turn off, or adjust from your smartphone.
Tip adapted from Constellation[i]
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