How a Honeywell Wi-Fi Thermostat Makes Your Life a Little Easier

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As the seasons change, it is helpful to have a top-of-the-line thermostat. Your thermostat can make it difficult to adjust the temperature to your preferred setting, or it can give you complete control over the temperature even when you are far from home. The latter can be true for your home if you choose to upgrade your outdated thermostat to a Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostat. Check out what makes this unit such a fantastic addition to any home heating and AC system.

Control it from anywhere

The major benefit of a Wi-Fi thermostat is that it connects to the wireless internet in your home. You only have to install an application on your smart phone or tablet (or both) and you can control the thermostat from almost anywhere. So if you make a last minute trip and forget to change the thermostat settings, if you’re running late and want to delay your heater settings, or you plan to arrive home prematurely from vacation and want to be greeted by a warm and cozy house, you can make it happen!

Smart Response

A Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostat learns about your heating and cooling preferences after a short time so that you always get the heating and cooling power you need throughout the day. Your weekly schedule is memorized, and slight changes to the system from time to time shouldn’t have an effect on the thermostat’s memory.

Important Alerts

The Honeywell application on your phone (iOS or Android) comes with a special feature: alerts any time temperatures in your home become alarming (too low or too high). You can also get alerts that remind you to take care of your monthly filter change, which helps maintain peak efficiency levels. Contact Air Mechanical, Inc. for thermostat installation and services in the Andover, MN area, or to learn more about Honeywell Wi-Fi smart thermostats.

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