Thermostats
& HVAC

The right comfort starts with the perfect smart thermostat. With the latest and greatest styles and designs, from brands such as Nest, Honeywell and ecobee, you'll find the best prices and variety of different thermostats for your home.

When you make the switch to a smart thermostat, you’re in control, from the comfort of your couch or if you’re away from home – you’re smartphone keeps you connected. Want more? Connect your smart thermostat to an Amazon Alexa device or Google Assistant device and then you simply tell the thermostat what temperature you want, without getting up.

How about energy savings? Did we mention you can save up to 20%? With programming and scheduling, or even through built-in learning capability, these thermostats can pay for themselves in just one season.

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Traditional Thermostats

Traditionally, thermostats have fallen into two categories: non-programmable and programmable. Non-Programmable thermostats are the most affordable, but very antiquated. They require a manual temperature setting and manual setting of heat or cool to cycle your HVAC unit, and can be rather imprecise. Programmable thermostats offer a digital interface with time period programming, which will automatically adjust the heat and/or cool temperature based on time, and often they allow for multiple set points points per day. However, neither of these older-style thermostats come close to the technology available with today's Wi-Fi thermostats.

Wi-Fi Thermostats

Smart thermostats are the next evolution of heating and cooling control in your home. They build upon the basic temperature setting, scheduling and digital interface options of non-programmable and programmable thermostats with a variety of added features. Some of these features include improved energy efficiency and feedback, remote programming, geofencing, learning and alerts. Once these Smart Thermostats are synced up with a Wi-Fi router, you will have remote access from a computer or via an app, all from the comfort and convenience of a smartphone or tablet virtually anywhere you access to the web. The future of comfort control is now - no matter where you are, a Wi-Fi thermostat keeps you connected to your home with control in the palm of your hand. Here are some of the more popular Wi-Fi netowrk thermostats available today:

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Algorithms learn your preference

Do you like to wake up and get ready in the bathroom that’s at least 20 degrees colder because of the tile? Set schedules to warm up your house to walk into a toasty bathroom allowing you to prepare for your work day. The algorithms pick up on your preferences of temperature throughout the day. Some sensors tell the wifi thermostat you are leaving to work, so it might not keep the A/C or Heating system as high to save energy.

Reporting For the Best Savings

Most WiFi Thermostats learn about your preferences. Access reports on a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, basis and uses real-time data if needed. You can program the system to use scheduling or decisions based on how much energy you’d like to save.

Advanced sensing

Some WiFi thermostats have sensors detecting a radius you’re within to determine if you’re on your way home from work, early or late. Set to 3 miles or 30 and walk into the comfortable temperature of your home.

All Types of Situations

WiFi thermostats can detect levels of humidity in your home. Picture a storm pushing moisture toward your region. The humidity level rises, and the room temperature drops to what the algorithms deem as your preference. Think it's wrong? Then change it!

Automatically, your thermostat will think about what is the right temperature for you.

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