Thermostats have come a long way since the round dial models first seen in many older homes. Thermostat technology have become so advanced that there’s so many options to choose from, including line voltage thermostats, low voltage thermostats, programmable thermostats, and even Wi-Fi smart thermostats. Although your old thermostat may work fine, there are many reasons why you may want to replace it with a more modern and advanced model. Your Edmonton furnace professional explains.

Professionals Discuss Perks of Smart Thermostats

The case for smart thermostats

Users of programmable thermostats were able to save considerably when the technology was first introduced, but now, with the introduction of smart thermostats, homeowners have the chance to make a much larger leap in energy efficiency, and consequently, bill savings. How does this happen, you may ask? That’s because smart models can actually learn your schedule, preferences, and habits. Some can even tell when you’re home.

Having a smart thermostat is like having a housekeeper who’s fully trained in managing your home comfort needs and making your home environment just right before you even think it. Aside from more efficient use of energy and lower monthly bills, you’ll have the benefit of having one less thing to worry about around the house. When properly set to mirror your lifestyle, it’ll be like your home is responding to your presence, providing you with the heat and warmth you require without you having to lift a finger.

‘Training period required’

Of course, like all good housekeepers, your smart thermostat requires a ‘training period’ wherein you’ll have to use them like a traditional thermostat for the first several days. Every time you adjust the settings, the smart thermostat will remember everything about that moment, from the time of day, to your preferred temperature settings, to local weather conditions, and everything in between. Over time, you’ll find you’ll need to adjust the smart thermostat less and less because it’ll adjust the settings on its own.

Setting adjustments now made easier

Even adjusting the smart thermostat’s settings is easier than ever. As long as you have it linked to your mobile device via a smartphone app, you can control from anywhere in the world. Should you leave for vacation and forget to set your thermostat off, doing so is just a matter of a few swipes and taps.

If you’re ready to start experiencing effortless convenience with a smart thermostat, reach out to your favorite Edmonton furnace replacement professionals.

Sources:

How to Maximize the Benefits of Your Home Thermostat, LivingwithmyHome.com
Green 101: Replace old thermostats with programmable electronic models, TreeHugger.com