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Bring your home into the 21st century with these high-tech updates

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Outlets

Replace a few of your existing power outlets with USB power outlets, so you can recharge your e-Reader or smartphone, while leaving your coffee pot plugged in.

Home Lock

Know someone who's prone to losing their keys? Install a keyless entry system with a keypad or one that can be opened remotely using your smartphone.

Lights

Does the same person always leave the lights on? Save money on electricity by installing light switches with motion sensors or LED bulbs. If you want to go more state-of-the-art, the latest smart bulbs can connect to your Wi-Fi and can be turned on/off remotely.

Thermostats

Save money on heating and cooling with a smart thermostat. Some units learn what temperatures you prefer and set a schedule on their own. And they too can be controlled remotely with a smartphone.

Security Systems

Install a whole home security system to get peace of mind. Today's systems monitor more than you think — everything from intruders to flooding. And some enable you to log in remotely to turn on/off the security system, lights and more.

Smoke Detectors

If you haven't updated your detectors in a while, now is a good time. Some units communicate with each other, so if one detects smoke in your kitchen it will alert the unit in your bedroom.

New smart home products are introduced every day and prices are continuing to drop on technology that's been out for a while. But before you buy a specific product, be sure to read reviews from other homeowners and tech experts. If it's not easy to use or install, you may be better off waiting until the next generation comes out. Or save your money and wait patiently for the hover device.

If you don't yet have the security of a policy through the AARP Mobile Home Insurance Program from Foremost, find out more today. You can rest easy knowing Foremost will help protect your investment in your home.

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*Information from the Foremost Mobile Home Market Facts Survey (2018)

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