I wanted to wire up the house

I really should be able to do this though

I decided to add all smart components to my home. I went out and got security cameras, a door bell, smoke detector as well as a thermostat that are all supposedly smart products. They all are on the smart app that I can run on my PC, computer as well as my little kindle. In theory, this should be an amazing thing. I am supposed to be able to easily set bi-weekly programs for each thing. I can get alerts on troubles. The cameras even personally let myself and others believe when there is movement. The doorbell shows a real time image of my front step. The smoke detector lets myself and others believe when it detects heat or airborne contamination. My smart thermostat should tell myself and others about humidity troubles, decreasing air quality concerns, air filter swings or inefficient Heating in addition to Air Conditioning setting changes. The problem is that I am too dubm for my smart products. It actually took myself and others forever to download the app as well as get all my products established on there. Now organizing timed programs has been an issue. I never understand what system is alerting myself and others as well as what to do. I frequently have my darn smart thermostat set at 90 degrees as well as then have to frantically mess with it. I also seem to either have it severely heating or totally turned off. I don’t believe what I am doing wrong for the HVAC. I kind of want to rip everything down as well as go with a basic model. I really should be able to do this though. I should be able to save money. The key word is should though.


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