Are you really getting the most out of your thermostat? If you’re still struggling to get temperatures just right, if your thermostat does not have the programming options your friends and neighbors have, or if you are tired of an older, difficult-to-read thermostat model, call a local technician. You can replace your thermostat even if you don’t need a new AC or heating system.
The Problem with Older Thermostats
The problem with thermostats that are several decades old is that they can be very difficult to set to the proper temperature. When you don’t have a digital display, you might always be a couple of degrees off from what you need. And this can raise your bills more than you think. It’s also so useful to have programming options that are easy to work. Scheduling your heating and air conditioning systems to turn on and off in advance prevents you from accidentally leaving the system on full blast all day when you leave for work. You can save money and stay more comfortable for longer.
A standard programmable thermostat can be an excellent replacement option if you’ve been struggling with a thermostat with very few programming options thus far. Having the option to change your settings in advance can save you a lot of money in the long run, as your system can automatically adjust according to your schedule rather than staying on all day long. But a Wi-Fi thermostat (or smart thermostat) is an even better option as long as you have a device with internet access (like a smart phone or tablet). You can change the temperature in your home no matter where you are. That way, if you’re running late, you can delay the preprogrammed settings so as not to waste energy. Get your new Wi-Fi thermostat today! Air Mechanical, Inc. offers thermostat installation and AC and heating services throughout the Oak Grove, MN area. Call us today, and ask about our Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats.
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