The thermostat for your HVAC system is an important gauge that can save you money and make your heating and cooling more efficient. The two different types of modern electronic thermostats are programmable and smart. A programmable thermostat has a vacation mode that automatically raises the standard temperature by a few degrees while a smart thermostat allows you to make temperature adjustments with a smart phone. If your thermostat is older than ten years, your system will run more energy efficient with an upgrade to a thermostat. Below are some benefits of a thermostat upgrade for Georgia residents.
Advantages of Programmable Thermostats
Programmable thermostats let you program temperatures at specific time periods and set scheduled temperature changes. When you have the power to program temperatures, you can plan your temperatures for the day all at one time. Another advantage is that you will no longer have to pay for heating or cooling that you do not use. You can lower the heat when you are away from home and schedule it to increase before your arrival. Newer systems also require the least amount of maintenance by giving you maintenance reminders, such as replacing an air filter.
Temperature Control with Your Smart Phone
One of the biggest advantages for a thermostat upgrade is that you can link a new thermostat to your smart phone and make programming adjustments whenever you want from any location. Smart thermostats also have features like Auto Changeover which automatically changes over between heating and cooling. Energy reports are also kept to keep a record of your energy consumption. You will also receive maintenance updates on your smart phone so that you will always be up to date on your heating and air conditioner condition.
Contact Reese Services to upgrade your thermostat. A programmable or smart thermostat can save you money on your cooling bills this summer. Call us today to also schedule routine maintenance on your HVAC system. Reese Services serves the areas of Newnan, Carrollton, Palmetto, Fairburn, Tyrone, Peachtree City, and Senoia.