If your living areas frequently feel too hot or too cool and you’re in the habit of changing the thermostat temperature settings to compensate, you’re adding to the equipment’s workload, wasting energy, and it's costing you more money.
Whether you heat your home with oil, gas, or electricity, these 7 tips can help you cut your energy consumption and maintain comfortable temperatures in your home during the winter:
Installing an automatic setback or programmable thermostat means you don’t have to worry about remembering to turn down the heat before leaving the house or going to bed.
Not all heating and cooling system breakdowns are caused by the furnace or boiler. It could be the thermostat is to blame for the uncomfortable temperatures inside your home...
When the temperatures rise, the simple answer would be to blast the air conditioner and create a nice wintery environment. However, by the end of the month, you’ll notice in your bill statements that it uses a ton of energy. Here are some alternatives to cool your home without blasting the air conditioning.
The third generation Nest Thermostat has the most valuable smart home features built right in. With its polished design, Nest programs itself effortlessly bringing your home into the comfort zone. The Nest Learning Thermostat remembers the temperatures you like, automatically helps save energy when you’re away, and can be controlled from your phone! This feels like a no-brainer. And the proof is in the numbers. The Nest Thermostat has saved over 8 billion kWh of energy in millions of homes worldwide. Studies show that it can save users an average of 10-12% on heating bills [...]