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SMART HOME Getting Started Actionable Guide

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28 unique printable pages in a Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide designed to help you make the best decisions and your Home Smart right away!

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Last updated on March 13th, 2021 at 11:40 pm

28 unique printable pages designed to help you make the best decisions and your Home Smart right away!

Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide

Including:

– Quickly find what are the best practices at the moment saving your time and money.

– Kiril’s recommendation for Connectivity protocols, Smart Home hubs, Security & Voice Assistants, with detailed pros and cons. 

– A step-by-step process to actually make Smart Lights in your Home and how to automate them.

– And extra table of best products divided by categories and protocols.

What people are saying:

I wanted to make my home Smart, so I will have more time for my family (wife & 4 kids). I bought this SMART HOME Guide and I’m very glad I did it. It is a very good start. Many thanks. My home have now smart lights & smart plugs and it saves me time!
— Alex Vanhecke (Belgium)

man image This Guide is useful for someone who wants to try home automation. Instead of randomly picking up “smart” light bulbs and switches at the hardware store and hoping you can get them to work together, you can decide that WiFi (or ZigBee or Z-Wave) makes sense for how you want to communicate to your house. Then you can decide whether you want a hub that is easy to set up (but your information is held and processed by the cloud) or more flexible and you keep your own data (but requires you to learn more.)
— Jimmy (USA)

I’m still unsure! More info please…

You will get the latest and greatest up to date version of the Smart Home – Getting Started Actionable Guide 2.0 On top you will receive all future updates of the guide absolutely for free directly to your e-mail! And I have plans to constantly update it and enrich it.

Below is the table of contents and a sneak peak of the first page of the “Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide”

Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide table of contents

And because I didn’t manage to fit the full table of contents I will paste another screenshot

Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide table of contents 2

You will also receive an email with your copy of the guide that you can download to your computer or print out immediately!

Here’s what’s gonna happen when you click that “BUY NOW” button:

1. You’ll be brought to another page to enter your email address and payment information,

2. You’ll hit the button at the bottom to confirm your purchase,

3. And then you’ll be brought inside allowing you to download your copy of the Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide!

It’s that easy, I promise!

Laptop with Smart Home Getting Started Actionable Guide

If you somehow lose your copy, you can come back here to download the file again!

Due to the digital nature of this product, all sales are final.

There are no refunds available.

2 reviews for SMART HOME Getting Started Actionable Guide

  1. alex vanhecke (verified owner)

    Hey,
    My name is alex vanhecke i have a wife & 4 kids.
    I Wanted to make my home Smart.
    To find more time for my family.
    I Buyed This SMART HOME Guide from https://peyanski.com/
    Im very Glad i did since i was a starter in Making home Smarter & Home Automation it was a very good start. I now know all the differences between Wifi, Zigbee & Zwave.
    And all the most used hubs on the market now.
    I recommand it to all people that are interested in Smart Home or Home Assistant.
    Many thanks for the good article.
    My home has now lights & smart plugs that start & stop on the time i want, etc.
    it all saves me time.

    Greets,
    Alex Vanhecke

  2. Jimmy (verified owner)

    The guide is short and easy to read. It is useful for someone who wants to try home automation. Instead of randomly picking up “smart” light bulbs and switches at the hardware store and hoping you can get them to work together, you can decide that WiFi (or ZigBee or Z-Wave) makes sense for how you want to communicate to your house. Then you can decide whether you want a hub that is easy to set up (but your information is held and processed by the cloud) or more flexible and you keep your own data (but requires you to learn more.)

    In my case, I have a hodge-podge of smart devices and I am setting Home Assistant to command and control them. If I had read this article before I started, I might have picked a less capable and more expensive solution, but one that would have been easy enough for my wife to maintain,

    This article lets you look before you leap.

    Jimmy

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