Need A New Thermostat? Two Things You Need To Know


If you want to get a new thermostat and control unit for the heating and cooling system in your home, you want to find an HVAC contractor to see what units are compatible with your system. Changing the thermostat in your home can make controlling the temperature in your home a lot easier, and it can help you save money.

You can get a new system with a touch screen and LED lighting, even if your heating and cooling system is a little older. Here are a couple of the features you want to look for when choosing a new thermostat for your home.


A programmable thermostat that allows you to set times to have the house at certain temperatures throughout the day, eve when you aren't there, is best. This way you don't air condition the home on hot days when no one is there to enjoy the cold air, and you don't have to make the house toasty warm when you're working during the winter.

 Many people also prefer a cooler house for sleeping at night. The programmable thermostat automatically sets the thermostat to the temperature you want throughout the day.


The thermostat should have a wireless feature so you can change it through a remote, a smart phone, or from another smart device. This allows you to make changes when you are away from home, when the temperature outside changes, and even from your bed.

The wireless option makes it easy to see if the temperature in your house isn't normal, and if there is a problem with the HVAC system while you're out. You may even want a wireless HVAC control system that is linked with your home security system, so you get updates and reports on the temperature in the home just like you do the security features.

Updating the thermostat will help you regulate the temperature in your home so you aren't wasting electricity and other utilities throughout the year. The HVAC contractor can give the heating and cooling machines a tune-up to make sure they are working efficiently, along with the new system that you have installed to control the temperature if you're looking to conserve money on your heating and cooling bills. There are many options to choose from, so make sure you choose and affordable option that will fit your home and make controlling your heating and cooling needs easier. For more info, talk to a professional.


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Inspecting Your Air Ducts

Last summer, I began to get extremely hot in my home. My air conditioning system couldn’t adequately keep my home cool anymore. Therefore, I contacted an experienced HVAC contractor. This individual visited my home and thoroughly inspected my unit. If your air conditioner isn’t working like it once did, your air ducts may be clogged up. Thankfully, an expert HVAC contractor can determine if faulty air ducts are the cause of the hot temperatures inside your home. On this blog, you will discover how an HVAC contractor can properly inspect your air ducts. Stay cool and comfortable during the hot summer months!