Smart Technology and Healthy Habits During COVID-19
Wash your hands, don't touch your face, use hand sanitizer, and the list goes on. Right now is such a crucial time to make sure we are doing everything humanly possible to protect ourselves, our families, our friends, our neighbors, our first responders, and our community from the COVID-19 virus. While we are making sure we are doing as instructed, we tend to forget about everything that we touch on a regular basis without thinking as we enter our homes and before we can wash our hands. Things such as household devices and items that we don't think twice about touching before disinfecting our hands after a quick errand or essential grocery store visit.
Below are some great home appliances and surprisingly inexpensive electronics that can help.
Hands Free Faucets
Water and soap are the best ways to eliminate bacteria and germs, right? But what we often forget that we are touching the faucet and water knobs with our dirty hands. This is where Sensor Technology comes into play! Eliminate cross-contamination by simply waving your hand or arm across the small infrared light. You no longer have to touch the water knob that is covered in bacteria and germs once your hands are squeaky clean!
Home Automation With Voice Command
Utilizing voice automation to control basically anything in your home from your lights, TV, music, fans, and basically anything that typically requires a flick of a switch, or a simple push of a button can significantly reduce the spread of germs from person to person living in one household.
Hands Free Flushable Toilets
Toilets are the #1 breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Anytime that you can avoid touching a toilet handle is an obvious plus! Again this goes back to the amazing power of sensor technology.
The HomesByMarco Team wishes nothing but safety and good health during these confusing times to everyone. We can all contribute to "getting back to normal" by doing everything we can to keep ourselves safe and to prevent the spread of germs, viruses, and bacteria as much as possible. We WILL get through this and we hope that we can help you along the way.