3 Everyday Tasks That Can Be Made Hands-Free

Over the last year, many people have found themselves transitioning into a scenario where they work from home. [...]

Over the last year, many people have found themselves transitioning into a scenario where they work from home. As things are at the moment, there is a significant number of individuals who would like to continue working from home for as long as possible. However, companies, as well, have come to the conclusion that having employees work remotely can be a far more cost-effective way of doing business.

If you are among those who will be continuing to work from home for the foreseeable future, you might be feeling that your house simply isn’t a functional as a workspace and a living space at the same time. So, you could very well be looking for ways to make your home much more convenient for all of the things that you need to accomplish there these days.

One way you can improve your home’s functionality and make it a more convenient space for work and life is to convert different features of your home into hands-free features. Not only will doing so make it more convenient to work from home, but they might also add value to your property.

With that in mind, here are three everyday tasks that you need to accomplish at home that can be made hands-free for maximum convenience.

1. Your Doors

When it comes to working from home successfully, it is important that you are able to minimize the number of distractions about you throughout the day. For example, one distraction that might come up multiple times a day is your dog needing to be let out into the backyard.

You might be in the middle of a project or a conference call only to be interrupted by your pup. However, by having an automatic dog door installed, your furry friend can let himself out whenever the need should arise. 

2. The Faucet 

In these crazy times, people are looking for more and more ways to avoid touching certain surfaces both out of the house and at home. So if you are working from home but also live in a rather full house, you should consider switching out your faucets for hands-free models.

Just like when you go to a restaurant that has automatic faucets, all you will have to do is place your hands under the tap to get water flowing. This can help to drastically reduce the risk of passing germs among the members of your household.

3. Lights

If you are the type of person that finds yourself working well into the evening, you might not wish to be interrupted by having to get up from your work and turn on all the lights when the sun goes down. You can eliminate the need to get up to physically turn on lights by switching to automated lights instead.

Many smart home devices have features that allow you to simply ask for the lights to turn on without having to move a muscle. In addition, certain apps allow you to control the lights in your home with your smartphone.

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