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Why Getting a Wi-Fi Thermostat Should Be One of Your New Year’s Resolutions
03 Jan
By: Climate Control


Heating and air conditioning has cool gadgets you can use in the New Year.

Your heating and air conditioning system is a vital part of your home and you should be getting more out of it than you have been. How? With a Wi-Fi thermostat. Here’s why it should be part of your New Year’s resolutions.

A New Thermostat Can Save You Money

When you set your old thermostat and just leave it, day and night, you’re not doing yourself, or your utility bills, any favors. A Wi-Fi thermostat is not only programmable, so you can set the temperature to fit your lifestyle, but you can change it any time, from anywhere. The Wi-Fi capabilities mean you can make changes to the temperature in your home remotely via an app. You can customize your heat at the same time you save money.

A Smart Thermostat Means Greater Energy Efficiency

In this day and age, everyone wants to do right by the planet, and it’s not as hard as it sounds. A smart thermostat is a great way to increase your energy efficiency. Setting it so you only use it when you need it, and you can adjust it as your schedule changes, allows you to use less energy. This is not just great for your budget, but it’s a great way to do something nice for Mother Earth.

A Wi-Fi Thermostat Is a Pretty Cool Gadget

Everyone likes a new tech gadget. A smart thermostat with a Wi-Fi connection is not only cool, but it can help you keep your home comfortable, too. You can use it remotely with an internet connection from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. You can also set it based on your lifestyle and schedules. It’s compatible with smart home functionality, and you can get one that’s equipped with motion sensors, so they know to adjust based on whether or not someone is at home.

This year your New Year’s resolution should be to get a Wi-Fi thermostat. To find the right one for your heating and air conditioning system, contact the team at Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning.

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