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Energy efficiency seems to be on everyone’s mind these days, but when the heat of summer hits, it might seem much more important to be cool. Can the two go hand-in-hand? Keep reading to learn what a smart thermostat can do and why it’s a smart investment for summer.
Even during the summer you don’t always need to have the house at its coolest all day and all night, seven days a week. The need for extreme cool varies depending on your schedule. With a smart thermostat you can program your HVAC to different temperatures throughout the day based on when you’ll be home and when you’ll be away.
Scheduling your indoor temperature to adjust according to need is a great way to save energy and make your home more energy efficient. It will also make it more comfortable when you need it to be.
Being able to view your energy use throughout the month will help you to see when and where you’re using the most and will help you adjust. With old thermostats, your energy use was a guessing game. Now you can know how your energy consumption affects the comfort level of your home from one day to the next.
Schedules change and things come up, but that doesn’t mean you have to just roll with it when it comes to the temperature of your home. With smart thermostats you can utilize the latest smart technology with a Wi-Fi connection to your HVAC system.
Coming home from work early? Adjust the temperature before you get there from your smart phone or computer app. Decide to stay and extra day on your vacation? Don’t use the extra energy cooling down the house before you get there. You can adjust the schedule and programming from wherever you are. Smart technology is another way you can conserve energy with the right thermostat.
Looking for some smart ways to help you save on your energy bills this summer? A smart thermostat is a great investment to help you conserve energy and save money. For more ideas on how you can increase the energy efficiency of your home contact All City Heat and Air by calling 704-545-2000 or by clicking here.
Repair technician inspected newly installed thermostat, found installation error, and repaired. He then inspected the air handler and outside compressor. Discovered freon was leaking, topped off freon to hold me over, and made recommendations for future repairs and upgrades.
Response time was great - next day service, on a Saturday. Service fee was very reasonable, and the technician was polite, professional, and informative.