Water Technology Products Worth Your Investment

Smart home products can get pricey – which is why it’s hard to know which ones are worth your investment, and which ones to pass on. Fortunately, there are a handful or products with a focus on water management and quality, which will help keep you hydrated, and your home water and plumbing running smoothly. You can know more about these products at Remote-tech.

These apps will help you cut costs on utilities, save time, and better gage how much water you are using and how much is going to waste.

If you are looking to improve water quality with smart home products, these are the ones you are going to want to purchase:

1. Samsung’s SmartThings

This user-friendly home automation and monitoring system links five different smart sensors wirelessly through the hub. Samsung’s SmartThings makes it possible to digitally monitor home systems that, traditionally, have been a hassle to maintain.

The product will instantly detect links, control functions and monitor consumption. The best part? This technology connects to any smart home product of your choice, including Amazon Alexa and a Google Assistant. Samsung’s SmartThings are an umbrella for a collection of sensors that include a water sensor and water detector.

These products include the Everspring Water Detector and water leak sensor, both of which will notify you of leads and floods. The water leak sensor, actually, will also detect temperature change! These are just a couple of the SmartThings sensors and detectors available.

2. Rachio Sprinklers

You need Rachio if your sprinklers are on an automated sprinkler, because it will help optimize your system to make sure it only turns on when you want it to. Rachio is compatible with Amazon’s Alexa and the Google Assistant, and will let you turn on and off your sprinkler using voice command.

You can also update your schedule if you ever want to switch things up! This will not only make operating your sprinklers a lot easier but will also help you waste less water while maintaining a healthy lawn. There are many devices which can do underwater metal detecting to trace any form of metal inside water.

3. Google Nest

The 3rd gen Nest Learning Thermostat allows you to control your hot water tank with on/off controls. That’s right, with this google nest model you have the control in the palm of your hand to determine when your system heats the water in your tank.

The google nest controls temperature, energy use and water heating – this includes a hot water tank schedule. With this product, you can save energy by determining when to heat water, all while controlling air conditioning and other in-home factors at the same time!

4. Aquanta

Aquanta Inc creates products and technologies that focus on energy usage, water heating and plumbing systems, and more! This product is designed for rank storage0style water heaters to help your water heater and heating/air conditioning system work together with the help of Aquanta you will be able to heat water only when you need to, to save money.

With the help of this product you can turn your hot water tank into a modern smart appliance that you can control with the click of a couple of buttons. This is a new way to control all water heaters ranging from gas water heaters to electric water heaters

Since Aquanta is wi-fi controlled, it is compatible with major smart platforms like the Google NEST.  When integrated with nest, it will be able to identify when you are out of town, so that less water heating energy is used at this time.

5. Orbit b-hyve WIFI Sprinkler Timer

Control your watering from anywhere with the Orbit b-hyve WIFI Sprinkler Timer. This tool enables you to make smart water decisions based on the needs of your lawn or yard, and act on them from any location, as long as you have your smart phone on you! This saves water, time, and money.

If you have an Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, you can link up the orbit so that you can implement voice command to make watering your garden that much easier. This also makes it easy to turn off your sprinklers to conserve water and, in turn, your utility bill.

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