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It’s 2020, and many industries are evolving faster than ever before. One thing that will do you the world of good is ensuring your home is future proof. Not only will this ensure you can live in and enjoy your home for the foreseeable future, but that it’s actually possible to sell your home in the future if you want to do that. You don’t need to transform your home into a fully automated robot house like that episode of The Simpsons, but there are a few changes you can make to ensure your home is future proof. 

  1. Invest In Super Speed Internet

Start by looking at super speed internet. If you work from home or conduct business from home then this could do a lot for your productivity. If you plan on installing smart systems, then it’s even more important you have a strong and fast internet connection. Compare providers to ensure you get the best deal possible. 

  1. Get A Smart Home System 

A smart home system can help you to save so much money and time. It can give you peace of mind, too! You don’t have to install an entire system – some people like to future proof their home by adding one new thing at a time. However, this is a really useful way to make sure everything is interconnected and that you don’t have any trouble if you decide to make future changes. For example, an interconnected smart home system could combine CCTV, lighting, temperature control, and more. You could control your window dressings remotely, for example, to make it look like you’re home even when on vacation. Your home will be so much more functional, and you should find that it’s much safer. 


  1. Ensure You Select The Right Materials 

Selecting the right materials when making updates to your home is another important task if you want to keep your home safe now and in the future. Looking at metal roofing companies when you need to update your roof, for instance, will ensure a roof that lasts a lifetime whilst looking just like a traditional roof. You may also choose to go for hard wood floor and laminate over carpet, as fewer buyers like carpet these days – smells stick to it really easily, and it just isn’t as easy to clean. It’s also recommended that you use 100% acrylic, low VOC paints as they are eco-friendly, odorless, and far less toxic to home occupants. 

  1. Make Energy Efficient Changes 

Look at your appliances and see which of them need to be replaced. Then, when shopping for new appliances, make sure you select energy-efficient models. They will cost more in the beginning, but they will help you to save money and save the planet. You’ll reduce your carbon footprint, and of course, people will likely be even more interested in buying homes like this in the future. 

  1. Consider Electric Cars And Chargers 

It’s no secret that electric cars are much better for the environment than traditional cars. These cars are becoming far more commonplace now, so by making sure there’s a charging point, you will be able to have your own electric car in the future (and will ensure that your home stands the test of time). 

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Kori is a late diagnosed autistic/ADHD mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, product creator, and coach; Kori shares autism family life- the highs, lows, messy, and real. Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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