I am paralysed from the neck down, and so I am trying to automate my house using Google home as much as possible to control things. Next job, central heating.

I would like to in order of priority;
1. Be able to control individual combination boiler central heating radiator TRV's wireless.
2. Be able to switch my heating on and off, wirelessly.
I saw this radiator 40 TRV is compatible with the Smart things hub I already have.
https://support.smartthings.com/hc/e...or-Valve-LC13-

If you look below I already have 2 different sorts of software running things. Smart things hub, would require 3rd. And the fourth set of software for the blinds. So I'm just wondering do people think I am going down the correct route, the easiest route to automate my central heating radiators?

Any advice appreciated, Tremulous Tetra. :-)


Things I already have automated.
9 Sonoff plugs, double ceiling light switch, using EWELINK software connected to Google assistant and using IFTTT

Using the SMART LIFE software connected to Google assistant and using IFTTT
"IR WiFi Automatic RF Intelligent Remote Control for Alexa Google Assistant I9W2".
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/IR-WiFi-A...53.m2749.l2649

https://www.smartthings.com/gb/produ...hings-hub-2016
Smart things hub Model:sth-eth-200 (which I've never used and I've lost the instructions for if anybody has a link)
MY HOME software.

I saw this radiator 40 TRV is compatible with the hub I already have.
https://support.smartthings.com/hc/e...or-Valve-LC13-


I'm hoping to get these window blind controllers in the next few months. https://www.teptron.com/page/movez-overview