Posted by Jenni Fredrickson on June 19, 2017 at 11:34 AM. Filed under LED Lighting, How To, Around the Home, Safety & Security .

6 things you can do with a timer

Some days it just feels like you can’t possibly get everything done. Like you need a clone or an army of robots just to get through the day. Before cloning or robot armies really take off though, you can easily automate many day-to-day functions with simple plug-in timers. Here are 6 things you can do with a timer–helping you save some time and energy–and also helping you have some fun to keep your sanity intact!

1. Illuminate your porch or patio in the evenings with Enbrighten café lights and automate your cafe lights to turn on and off at certain times.

Illuminate your porch or patio in the evenings with Enbrighten café lights that automatically turn on and off at certain times.
J. Shuler Photography

 
2. Come home to a well-lit house without leaving the lights on all day.

Come home to a well-lit house without leaving the lights on all day.

 

3. Turn on your coffeemaker every morning. 

Turn on your coffeemaker every morning with digital timers by Jasco

  

4. Give the appearance there is someone home while on vacation with timers that turn lights on and off at random times of the day.

Give the appearance there is someone home while on vacation with timers

 

5. Create a kid friendly morning alarm for children who can’t read clocks yet with fun lights that turn on when it’s time to wake up.

Kid Friendly Sleep Schedule with Cafe Lights.jpg
Whitney of whitjxoxo

 
6.
Have an impromptu disco ball dance party (who knew timers could be so fun?)

Have an impromptu disco ball dance party (who knew timers could be so fun!

 

About the Author | Jenni Fredrickson

Jenni is a Digital Content Administrator at Jasco, developing content for digital marketing that primarily focuses on Jasco’s home electrical products and brands. She enjoys digital photography and going on mini-adventures around the city. She devours a large number of books on a regular basis and has an unhealthy obsession with historical dramas. Jenni has a BA in Advertising and Brand Communications from the University of Central Oklahoma.

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