When To Replace Your Manual Thermostat With A Programmable Thermostat

It’s time to say goodbye to your manual thermostat! The days of turning it on and off are dwindling and for good reasons.

Programmable thermostats have become a standard addition in households as the world progresses toward a technology-reliant future. The switch is a smart one because new temperature controlling technology gives you access to how hot or cold you want your home at the tip of your fingers. Through apps you download on your smartphone, you are now able to have a smart home. By making this little change, you will see a significant impact on the rest of your thermostat-controlled life.

Energy Savings

Programmable thermostats reduce the cost of your energy bills by allowing you to set the temperature for specific times of the day. When you’re at work and the kids are at school, you can set your thermostat to a lower temperature, so you aren’t heating or cooling the house when no one is there. Then your thermostat will turn back on at whatever time you program it to begin again.

System Alerts

A useful function of your programmable thermostat is that it can alert you when there is something wrong with your system. Depending on which one you install, your system can tell you when your air filter needs to be changed, or if the temperature outside has changed and therefore you should adjust the temperature inside of your home.

Household Comfort

You will have more control over your comfort by being able to designate a specific temperature in which you would like to live. Since your cell phone can control your thermostat, you can change the temperature right from your couch if you so desire.

Take complete control over your heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. Trust our experts at Electrical Blue Inc. with all of your thermostat as well as other electrical needs.

After 45 years, we continue to specialize in residential, commercial, and industrial electrical contracting in the Denver area. Call us at (303) 790-8813 to schedule your service with us today.

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