Your thermostat has an “on” and “auto” setting. Both have their advantages, including lower energy bills and whole-house comfort. Which one is best for your family?
Hot Texas summers sure know how to make an air conditioner work overtime. A/C problems, such as a unit that is running but not cooling, are common this time of year. So, what is a homeowner to do and what are some causes of this problem?
The temperature you keep your house at in winter matters a lot more than you think! So what are the dangers of keeping your home too cold?
Is a smart thermostat all it’s really cracked up to be? What makes it that much better than a regular thermostat, and not just a waste of money?
There are a wide variety of thermostats for consumers to choose from. But which one is right for you and your home? We want to help you answer that question. At a glance, there are three primary types of thermostats to choose from—manual, programmable, and smart. We’re going to explain each type to help you make an informed decision.
Well, it can. With a programmable thermostat, the days of forgetting to set the thermostat and wasting energy (and money!) are gone. You can come home from work to a comfortable temperature, and you can open that electric bill with ease knowing there won’t be any surprises.