Jan 26 2017

high-tech Thermostat

If you’re looking for high-tech upgrades for your home in Punta Gorda, Florida, your thermostat is an excellent place to start. You may not be able to replace your entire HVAC system right now. However, for the sake of energy efficiency, buying a better thermostat can be an effective and relatively inexpensive first step. To get you started, here are three kinds of high-tech thermostats to consider as you upgrade your system.

Programmable Thermostats

Programmable thermostats are among the most basic upgrades available, but even they boast an impressive advantage over traditional thermostats. A programmable thermostat allows you to preset different temperatures for different times of the day so that you don’t have to constantly make manual adjustments. Depending on the model, you can even set a different schedule for each day of the week or have separate weekday and weekend settings.

Smart or WiFi Thermostats

If you can afford to spend a little more up front, a smart thermostat can help you to save even more money. These thermostats typically connect to your home’s WiFi and work with a dedicated app on your smartphone. In addition to programming a daily or weekly schedule, you can change your thermostat settings on the go. Most even include added features such as a five-day forecast, filter change reminders, and settings that kick in automatically when you leave the house.

Zone-Compatible Thermostats

Another benefit of many modern thermostats is their compatibility with other efficient HVAC innovations, such as zoned systems. These systems save you money by allowing you to separate your home into several zones, so you control the temperature in each zone independently. If you plan to switch over to a zoned system eventually, and you’re already planning on buying a programmable or smart thermostat, look for one that will work with whatever HVAC products you may be considering.

When you are ready to upgrade to a high-tech thermostat, All American Heating & Cooling is here to help! Call us at 941-479-6060 for all your HVAC installation, repair and maintenance needs.

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