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Choosing the Right Thermostat for Your Home

You don’t want to get just any thermostat for you home if you’re looking to save money on your heating and cooling bills. The type of thermostat that’s best for you is determined by your personal preferences, the type of HVAC system you have and how you’d like to use your thermostat. Consult with Environment Masters to see if you should look into programmable thermostats in Jackson or a digital non-programmable thermostat.

What Type of Heating and Cooling System Do You Have?

The most typical kinds of heating and cooling systems are electric baseboard, heat pump, central, wall/floor furnace and fireplace. If you aren’t sure what kind of system you have, call up a heating and air conditioning expert for professional help.

Thermostat Options

With a learning thermostat, you don’t have to program it even though you have the option to. Instead, the thermostat will learn as you adjust it and will actually set up a schedule for you and turn itself off when you aren’t at home.

Remote energy management thermostats can be controlled from a mobile electronic device, such as a smartphone, tablet or computer. The thermostat is connected to your home’s broadband connection through a special hub that allows you to control the thermostat through a Wi-Fi link.

Programmable thermostats allow your system to work more efficiently by automatically adjusting the settings throughout the day. You program it with your preferred day and night settings and let it do all of the work from then on out.

Schedule an appoint with Environment Masters today by calling 601-353-4681 and get the perfect thermostat for your home.

Choosing the Right Thermostat for Your Home was last modified: December 22nd, 2015 by Contributer

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