Need to keep a handle on your heating? Fancy some app-controlled bulbs? How about a connected camera for your kitchen?
It sounds like you need some smart home kit - and you're in the right place.
We've searched high and low to cobble together this list of the best offers on nifty gadgets to make your home cleverer and more efficient. Or, you know, to watch what the cat gets up to when you're down the shops.
A solid upgrade to our favourite piece of smart home kit, the 3rd-gen Nest pairs a bigger display with great app functionality to deliver a pretty solution to heating control. It's not a dramatic reinvention - but it didn't need to be.
More expensive than the Nest, Hive's thermostat is simple enough for anyone to use and sufficiently powerful to be useful. Sure, it lacks the learning smarts of some rivals, but its foolproof approach makes it a dial for the people.
Honeywell's smart system allows you to set schedules to control the exact temperature of individual rooms using Wi-Fi connected valves. Costs soon add up - but the added efficiency could slice 40% off your bill.
Slick and reliable, Netatmo has added face recognition to its cylindrical camera, so it'll tell you precisely when the kids get home - and send you a video clip to prove it. You'll have to spend some time teaching it their faces, though.
With a wide-angle lens and superb picture quality, Nest is a cracking standalone smartcam. It can record all sound and motion - provided you suscribe to Nest Aware for £8 a month. The speaker even allows you to talk to whoever's in your house.
A brilliant baby monitor that stumbles at home security, Withings' Home camera delivers decent quality in a design-friendly shell. Controlled via an app, you can record and play back up to two days of activity - with excellent night vision, too.
Other smart home kit
Yes, it's been around for a while - but Hue is still the best smart lighting solution. A vast range of bulbs, lightstrips, lamps and accessories, all controlled by a fantastic app and HomeKit-compatible, make it a bright - if costly - choice.
Harbinger of the AI revolution, Amazon's Echo can control your house - and pulls a great double duty as DJ. Stellar audio quality, impressive voice recognition tech and useful hands-free apps make it a worthwhile mantelpiece assistant.
A little limited compared to some rivals, Samsung's SmartThings kit is good enough for smart home beginners. It's easy to set up and works well with third-party kit - though we're still waiting for more functionality.
Not the smartest of things, Smarter Coffee is certainly clever by coffee standards. It'll talk to your Wi-Fi, allowing you to start a brew with a single tap in the app. You can even create a schedule, so a hot cup of joe is waiting when you wake.