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WiFi Intelligent Smart/Learning
Learning or smart thermostats offer the benefit of being programmable but don’t require you to program them. They learn as you use them and create a schedule based on your preferences. They can turn themselves down when you’re away, guide you to energy-efficient settings and provide monthly energy reports.
These thermostats connect to your home WiFi network and can be monitored, set and managed over WiFi from a computer, smartphone or tablet. Sensors can work with a smart thermostat to identify which rooms are cooler or warmer and adjust settings for you.
WiFi Assist Remote Management
A remote energy management thermostat allows you to set, program and monitor your heating and cooling system from a computer, smartphone or tablet. The thermostat connects through a hub (usually sold separately) to your home broadband network, allowing you to access it over WiFi from anywhere.
A programmable thermostat makes the most efficient use of your system by automatically adjusting the set temperature throughout the day. You let the thermostat know your preferred temperature at different times of the day and night, then forget about it — the thermostat does the work.
A non-programmable thermostat with a digital read-out is the best choice for people who prefer manually controlled settings with the convenience of an easy-to-read LCD display.
With a mechanical or manual thermostat, you control the temperature setting manually. These are best for people who are home often and prefer a fixed temperature.
Which Thermostat is Right for You?
Picking the right thermostat is crucial in making sure you maximize your energy efficiency and keep your home comfortable at the same time. Below will help you by explaining the few different types of thermostats available today.
Most smart thermostats will require a continuous flow of electricity, which comes directly from your furnace's transformer. Some older homes might not have the wire that connects the thermostat to the furnace, called the C-wire. We can help and would be happy to verify if your system can work with a smart thermostat or if we need to modify or look at replacing your system.