Moving Your Smart Home

Moving Your Smart HomeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Moving to a new house in Houston might be a anxious encounter. You pack up all that you own and move it to a completely different spot. One of the ways we make a different house in Houston feel a lot more like home is to put up our treasured things. Household furniture that has traveled with you from home to home, window coverings, along with decorations all help to make a area feel more enticing. Yet what should you do with your smart home?

Lots of people think that if they move to Houston, their smart home will need to be entirely re-set up in the new place. After all, it is an all-new set of rooms having different outlets and light fixtures. And they'll have to get connected to a whole new Wi-Fi network. Correct? Surprisingly, this is not correct. If you are one of the many people who has generated an enjoyably responsive smart home from bulbs and also clever devices, it's quicker to move your smart home than perhaps you believe.

Here's how to get it done:

1. Wi-Fi

2.Equipment by Area

3.Set up by Labels

Sustain Your Wi-Fi Network during the Move to Houston

The very first thing you will need would be to take care of your Wi-Fi network. You might be focused on your Wi-Fi as part of your web service, which is location-based. Your Wi-Fi network is a distinct element, and it links all your residence devices. It comes from your Wi-Fi router, which has network ports as well as an antenna.

Smart gadgets connect with this router and the label you gave your local network for instance "Williams Household Internet". If you use the same router and keep the same network name, your smart home structure (hubs included) will be able to easily hook up in the new space.

Label Your Equipment by Room and Name

The next step is to preserve the way your devices are employed by room. When you use smart lights, to illustrate, you most likely have them intuitively tagged. Stuff like "Kitchen Light" and "Bedroom Light". As you pack up these lights (and be sure to switch out bulbs and bring your smart bulbs with you!), label them with whatever their name is in your smart home app.

A similar rule applies to all titled smart gadgets. You can keep them classified the exact same manner by which you have them identified now, likely by room. In this way, you're providing a plan for yourself when reinstalling your smart home within the new place. Instead of winding up with a mess that ought to be relabeled and also assigned to function once again.

Comply with Your Own Guidelines

Finally, refer to the instructions you created for yourself once you get to the new home. To start with, get the internet plan in place. Set up your own Wi-Fi network the way it was set up previously so your gadget options are all still appropriate and don't require to be reset.

Next, install the gadgets in accordance with their labeling. Put your bedroom smart light in the socket in the new bedroom. Add your kitchen units in the kitchen area, your media devices in the living room and so on. Because we typically speak to our smart houses with respect to room and functionality, technically having a new residence having the same types of rooms still works.

If all goes properly, you won't need to reassign the gadget categories and clever smart routines.


Should you have already set up a smart household and will be moving to Houston soon, moving your smart residence is incredibly painless. All you need to do is make sure all of the settings function exactly the same within your new home. And after your smart devices are back set up with your beloved friendly AI helper, the new place should feel just like home.

Moving to Houston in the near future? A-1 Freeman Moving Group can easily help with small or large moves, local area or long-distance moves. Get in touch with us now to get started.


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