Need to keep a handle on your heating? Fancy some app-controlled bulbs? What about a connected camera for your kitchen?
It sounds like you need some smart home kit, and you're in the ideal place.
We've searched high and low to cobble together this list of the top offers on smart gadgets to make your home cleverer, and more efficient- based on our Top 10 Smart home devices.
Or, you know, to watch what the cat gets up to when you're down the shops.
A polished system best suited to small homes and free spirits.
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.
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.
- Buy the Netatmo Welcome here for £149.99 from Currys PC World - saving over £50
Your garden shed has never been so secure.
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.
- Buy Philips Hue here for £49.99 from Currys PC World - saving £10
One of the best bargains in tech right now and a first step into a wonderful future.
A Wi-Fi wonder that'll make your old router look like a tech dinosaur.
Genius in some ways, and a dunce in others, Home, like the Echo, is on the cusp of true brilliance. We’re just not quite there yet.
- Buy the Google Home here for £119 from Maplin - saving £10
The Swedes have made the perfect smart lights for beginners, and imminent voice control could yet see them trouble Philips Hue.