Posted: March 3, 2020
To achieve an optimum balance of comfort and savings, the U.S Department of Energy suggests the following temperature settings for your home thermostat.
Cold weather months:
Warm weather months:
Studies show that about nine out of ten people say they’ve rarely or never programmed their thermostat because they’re not sure how to do it. That’s a shame, considering that managing the temperature of your home is one of the easiest ways to save energy and lower heating and cooling expenses.
If you don’t have a programmable thermostat, getting one is a smart move: When used correctly, it will pay for itself in just a short time. If you opt for a Wi-Fi thermostat, you can control your home’s temperature from your smartphone.
Once you get your wireless remote smart thermostat installed, you register it online. This enables you to access it from any location. If you’re away from home, you can use your smartphone to adjust the temperature setting so your home is at the perfect temperature when you arrive.
Some models will do all of the work for you. You simply adjust temperatures to your comfort and over the next few days your thermostat will “remember” the temperatures you like and build a schedule based on your patterns.
Internet-enabled thermostats can also send you an email or text alert about a drastic temperature change—and possible equipment failure. Some models can let you know when it’s time to change filters or schedule system maintenance.
Be smart and save on your monthly energy bills year-round. Contact us today and ask about our wireless comfort control systems!