When the weather changes in Phenix City, Georgia, keeping your home comfortable can pose a challenge. It’s frustrating to leave the house for work, only to realize that you left the air conditioner running. Instead of wasting money to cool the house all day, wouldn’t it be great if you could simply open an app on your mobile device and adjust the temperature? With a smart thermostat, you can stay connected to your home’s HVAC from anywhere, improving comfort and saving energy.

Stay Connected on the Go

Busy professionals love smart thermostats because they offer control at your fingertips. Instead of having to be at your home to change the indoor temperature, you can use the smart phone app to control it from anywhere. When you’re working late, simply open the app on your phone or tablet and adjust the thermostat settings so that the heating or cooling system turns on later than usual. If you hate walking into a cold house on a winter day, you’ll love the option to start heating your home before you leave the office.

With a smart thermostat, you can also set a schedule within the app. Programmable thermostats do offer scheduling options, but you typically have to manually adjust it and continue making changes every time the seasons change. Mobile scheduling is an easier and more convenient option to keep up with shifts in the weather.  

Improve Comfort

Most smart thermostats also have features that help improve the comfort level in your home. For example, you can purchase a thermostat that tracks patterns and usage over time. It will monitor for the ideal temperature when you’re at home, as well as how high or low the temperature goes when you’re not home. Movement trackers and the ability to sense when people are in the house triggers the smart thermostat’s ability to adjust automatically, even if you forget to switch the system to vacation mode when you go on a trip. If you’re home from work on a day when the heating or cooling system would normally shut off, your smart thermostat will sense that you’re in the house and adjust accordingly to keep you comfortable.

A thermostat with a built-in outside temperature monitor will adjust the indoor temperature based on fluctuations in the weather outside. With your new smart thermostat you can stay comfortable all year long.

Reduce Energy Waste

One of the main reasons homeowners upgrade to a smart thermostat is to reduce energy waste. Whether you have a tendency to leave the cooling system running when you’re not home or you are an habitual thermostat adjuster, replacing your outdated unit with a smart version will make a big difference in the overall energy usage.

Since a smart thermostat can monitor usage and track changes, you will have information about energy waste right at your fingertips. Simply open the app and check out the usage over the past few months, and you can see fluctuations and sharp increases. The thermostat can also make automatic adjustments to save energy, helping to lower your monthly bills and reduce your environmental impact.

Regular maintenance of your HVAC system will also assist to reduce energy bills and ensure your system is working at peak efficiency.

Cost Savings

When you reduce energy usage, you will see a reduction in your monthly utility bills almost immediately. While the cost of a smart thermostat is higher than a traditional programmable option, many customers find that they save enough within a year to pay for the cost of the thermostat. This is especially true among homeowners with HVAC habits like constant temperature adjustments and those who live in climates where the weather changes dramatically between seasons.

Before you invest in a smart thermostat, check with your local utility company to find out whether it offers any type of rebate. You may be able to offset the cost of the unit with a rebate on your bills.  

Schedule a visit from our qualified professional technicians to install a  smart thermostat for your heating and cooling systems, by calling Indoor Solutions at 706-225-8241.

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