Are you considering switching to more energy-efficient home tools? If so, have you considered installing a smart thermostat to increase your energy savings? Here are a number of reasons why switching thermostats can reduce your energy consumption.
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With technology being incorporated more and more into our daily lives, smart thermostats provide the convenience of working along our technological advancements. According to Energy Star, many smart thermostats learn your temperature preferences and establish a schedule that automatically adjusts to energy-saving temperatures when you are asleep or away; this is made possible with geofencing.
According to CNET, Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats share common features, that, if used correctly, will help you use less energy and save you money over time. This technology provides you with the comfort of knowing your electric costs can go down while your HVAC system is kept from running unnecessarily.
With smart thermostats, technicians are able to generate detailed reports and data that will help you manage your energy spending more efficiently. Energy Star also states how smart thermostats provide equipment use and temperature data you can track and manage, with periodic software updates that would ensure your thermostat is using the latest algorithms and energy-saving features available.
Smart thermostats allow you to remotely manage and handle your settings through your phone app. On average, savings are approximately 8% of heating and cooling bills or $50 per year, according to this blog by Energy Star.
Our team at Vander Hyde Services aims to provide you with the best solutions for your home. Let us help you reach your highest level of comfort by contacting us today at (616) 319-2125 for the expert service and installation you deserve.