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Ready to take your home to the next level? Here are upscale tech upgrades to make your home smarter than a Furby, cooler than drone and safer than Gringott’s. That last one might seem like a stretch but if three kids could break in how locked down was it really? Anyways,  

The Dyson 360 Eye is an upgraded Roomba. It can be scheduled and operated by phone your phone from anywhere. Which means if you have an impromptu dinner party or the In-Laws are planning to stop by you can start cleaning with a quick tap of your finger. Or you can just set a schedule for it to run a few times a week while you’re at work so you come home to a tidy room.

August Smart Lock is a keyless lock for your home. Instead use your phone as a key which, let’s be honest you always have on you. The best part, however, is that you don’t need to replace your lock and you can still use your key at any time. You can double check to make sure your door is locked and closed on those harried days rushing the kids to the car. entry to home and control who enters home

Upgrade to a curved tv. The curve may seem unusual but it allows for better view no matter where you are in the room. When sitting directly in front of the tv you have the illusion of a wider viewing range as it mimics the curve of our natural sight. Create an immersive experience paired up with a surround sound system.

The Thermasol Microtouch brings the “smart” experience to your shower. Program your preferred settings to have the perfect shower every time. With a heat sensor, you can control the steam shower temperature. And of course, the device comes in several styles and finishes to match the existing hardware in your bathroom

The Dyson 360 Eye is pretty cool but what if you could have a smart lawn mower? Well, the team at Worx built the Landroid just for you. Program the cut height, lawn terrain and even to go back “home” when it’s about to rain. No more running to the gas station to fill up a jug, the Landroid runs off of electricity. It also has safety features to turn off if tipped and pin code access only if stolen.


Upgrade your home tech to upgrade your lifestyle. Spend more time with your family and doing the things you love instead of maintaining your home. Ensure your home is secure and locked up tight for those days you don’t even remember the ride to work. And create a luxury view experience for your home family.



159 Summer Street, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$429,900
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Welcome Home. Beautiful Custom Contemporary 3 Bedroom 2 Full Bath Home. Open Floor Plan, Vaulted Ceilings. Natural Gas Heat. Town Sewer. Deck overlooking the private scenic back yard. Hardwood Flooring throughout First Floor. Tile in Bathrooms and Foyer. Living Room with Gas Fireplace. Master Bedroom Retreat with Walk In Closet, Full Bath with Jacuzzi Tub, Shower Stall, Double Vanity. Family Room & Laundry Room in the Walk Out Finished Lower Level. Enjoy the Summer Evenings on the Deck over looking the serene backyard. Central Air. Vinyl Siding. Two Car Garage. Pristine Condition. Award Winning Schools. Great Commuter Location. Open House this Sunday July 8th 11 am - 1 pm.
Open House
Sunday
July 15 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Come see this beautiful contemporary raised ranch. Vaulted ceilings, hardwood flooring, walk out finished lower level, central air, natural gas heat, 2 car garage. Pristine condition. You will not be disappointed!
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Welcome Home. Beautiful Custom Contemporary 3 Bedroom 2 Full Bath Home. Open Floor Plan, Vaulted Ceilings. Natural Gas Heat. Town Sewer. Deck overlooking the private scenic back yard. Hardwood Flooring throughout First Floor. Tile in Bathrooms and Foyer. Living Room with Gas Fireplace. Master Bedroom Retreat with Walk In Closet, Full Bath with Jacuzzi Tub, Shower Stall, Double Vanity. Family Room & Laundry Room in the Walk Out Finished Lower Level. Enjoy the Summer Evenings on the Deck over looking the serene backyard. Central Air. Vinyl Siding. Two Car Garage. Pristine Condition. Award Winning Schools. Great Commuter Location. Open House this Sunday July 8th 11 am - 1 pm.

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This Single-Family in Medway, MA recently sold for $695,000. This Colonial style home was sold by Laina Regan Kaplan - Northeast Signature Properties, LLC.


12 Hunter Lane, Medway, MA 02053

Single-Family

$689,900
Price
$695,000
Sale Price

12
Rooms
4
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Welcome Home to this Beautiful Impeccably Maintained Custom 12 Room Colonial with over 3600 sq ft set in one of Medway's premier desirable neighborhoods! A home for entertaining with the Gorgeous Custom Kitchen highlighted with Granite Countertops, Island & Stainless Steel Appliances, formal dining room and a Cathedral Ceiling Fireside Family Room. Many rooms on the first floor are adorned with Gleaming Hardwood Flooring. Relax in the Master Suite Retreat which is complete with a Brand New Walk-In Tiled Double Shower, walk-in closet & Bonus Room. Other amenities include a first floor laundry/mud room, New Carpeting in Bedrooms, Freshly Painted Interior, Central A/C, and a Finished Lower Level with Game Room & Exercise Room. The exterior features a shed, 24 x 12 Deck overlooking a Picturesque Backyard. Great commuter location with easy access to 495 & Mass Pike. Come see why Boston Magazine voted Medway as one of the Best Places to Live AND one of the Best Schools in Boston.

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Sometimes our dream home comes with not-so-dreamy features. One of those can be well water with a higher than desired rust content.

Of course, this isn’t necessarily a reason to pass up a home you are otherwise in love with. There are several solutions to keep in mind when making your decision.

The first thing you will want to do is have a water test done to test the levels and type of iron in the home's water. Knowing just how high the concentration of iron content is and the type will be a determining factor into which solution will be the best for your lifestyle and new home.  

While you are having tests done you will also want to confirm that rust levels are indeed from the well and not the pipes themselves. Rusty pipes are a different topic altogether and require a different protocol and budget if taken on.

If rust concentrations are fairly low concentration you will just need a water softener installed. This will help to protect plumbing and appliances from effects of rust. It will also mean cleaner, and softer, clothes, less soap usage, and less scrubbing when it comes to cleaning surfaces like the bathroom tub. It’s important to note that you will need to use less soap with softened water since it creates more lather. Too much lather can damage your appliances and even lead to water leakage.  

If iron levels are falling in the medium range you will want to opt for a filter specifically for iron. Greensand and oxidizing filters are the two most common. Be sure to have your filters custom sized to fit your homes water usage and the requirements it will call for to have the system function properly.

When iron levels are high a chlorination filtration system is the way to go. This system treats water before entering your lines, which saves your plumbing from potential damage over the years. You may also want to investigate what damage, if any, has been done to plumbing and if you will need to replace to ensure safe drinking water and a clean home.

What you need to know about high rust content if left untreated:

If you use bleach on laundry your whites will yellow due to a reaction with the rust.

  • You will need to regularly use a specialty cleaning product to remove rust stains from places like sinks, toilets and showers.

  • Build up of rust over time will not only damage plumbing and appliances but also affect your water pressure as a result.

  • You will need to invest in Iron-Out and use it regularly to flush your plumbing

  • You will want to do “backflushes” to clean out rust accumulation




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