How a Smart Thermostat Works
A traditional thermostat works by detecting the temperature in the room and sending a signal through wires to the heating or cooling system to turn on when the temperature drops above or below the preset temperature.
A smart thermostat consists of a control panel that connects wirelessly to a home’s HVAC system. To control the thermostat you can use the interface on the wall mounted unit, or an app for your smartphone or tablet. One advantage of a smart thermostat is you can monitor and control the thermostat from any location. Alerts can even be set up to notify you if the temperature drops to an unsafe level during the winter… providing additional peace of mind while you’re away from home on vacation.
Another key benefit of smart thermostats is their ability to learn a household’s routine and adjust the temperature to optimize comfort and reduce energy waste. When the thermostat senses that no one is home, the temperature is adjusted to maximized energy savings over comfort.
Have questions about connecting your home’s heating and cooling system to the latest smart thermostat technology? Give us a call, we can help.
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