Smart locks are a great way to add some convenience when you come and go from your house, and if you want one that works with your Google home, there are some good options to consider.
There are some different styles of smart locks to choose from, so the "best" for you may be different than the "best" for someone else, depending on your wishes and needs. If you're just looking for the best that works well with your Google home, we've taken you.
Nest x Yale Lock ($ 249)
If you want your smart lock to work with the Google homepage, there's really no better choice than Nest x Yale Lock. It is made by a Google-owned company (Nest) in collaboration with a reputable door lock company (Yale).
Because it is a Nest product, there is no doubt that it will work seamlessly with your Google home. But make sure you also get Nest Connect, which will be an extra $ 30 (or if you already have a Nest Secure system, you can use it). Either of these devices allows the lock to connect to your Wi-Fi to control it with your Google home, as well as remotely from the phone.
With the Google homepage, you can lock the door across houses or just check the status to see if it is locked or not. You can even add locks to Google Assistant Routines.
Perhaps the only drawback is that it doesn't come with a traditional keyhole for manual override if that's your thing. Otherwise, if the batteries were to die, you could hold a 9V battery to the terminals at the bottom of the lock and then enter your password to unlock the door.
Keep your existing deadbolt: August Smart Lock ($ 150)
If you'd rather keep your existing deadbolt so you don't have to replace the keys (or you just like the look of your current lock), your best bet is to join August Smart Lock.
With this device you can keep your existing deadbolt, which also means it looks like a normal lock from the outside. August Smart Lock simply replaces the built-in mechanism to give your existing lock the necessary smarts.
However, to make it work with your Google home, you need August Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, which is an additional cost, but at the end of the day you will still spend about the same amount as most other smart locks on market. Once you get it started, you can control the lock remotely and tell your Google home to lock the door with your voice.
If you have a smarthome hub: Schlage Connect (199 $)
While the previous two models need their own little brohub to work with Google's home, Schlage Connect can be connected to almost any Z-Wave smart home hub that you already have.  When connected to your smarthome hub, you can control the lock from your phone and use your voice to lock the door with your Google home.
In addition, it is supplied with both a keypad and a physical keyhole for the best of both worlds.