The thermostat in your Dover, PA, home is the brain of your HVAC system. It signals when it should turn on and off based on the conditions inside your house and temperature settings. If you’re still using a manual thermostat to manage your indoor climate control, it’s time to boost your comfort and savings with a smart thermostat installation.

Operates Using Programmable Schedules

Smart thermostats have features that help homeowners optimize their indoor climate control for energy efficiency. Programmable scheduling allows you to set up to four cooling or heating schedules for every day of the week. For example, you can schedule your HVAC system to run while you’re at home and remain turned off most of the time you’re away. As a result, you can reduce how often your HVAC system operates and lower your energy bills.

Offers Remote Control

Most smart thermostats offer homeowners the capability to control their HVAC systems from anywhere in the world as long as they have an internet connection. All you have to do is log into the application on your smartphone or tablet. With a few taps on the screen, you can adjust your home’s temperature and prevent energy waste.

Helps Manage Indoor Humidity

Balancing indoor humidity is crucial to maximizing comfort and minimizing energy costs. A smart thermostat can help you do that easily by measuring and monitoring the humidity level inside your home.

Sends Critical Alerts

Do you forget to change your HVAC system’s filter or schedule air conditioning maintenance? Don’t feel guilty. It’s easy to do so when you’re so busy with a hundred other things. Smart thermostats provide homeowners peace of mind by sending critical alerts like reminders to change the HVAC filter or schedule AC maintenance.

Do you want to upgrade your HVAC system at a low cost and benefit from extreme energy savings? Contact Air Comfort Technologies to learn about our selection of smart thermostats or to schedule an installation today.

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