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Benefits of Installing a Programmable Thermostat

A homeowner adjusts her programmable thermostat so she won't have to in the future.Do you want things in your life to be easier?

We thought so. Finding the tips and tricks around your house to make things more efficient can save you time, money, and the headache of forgetting things. You should also be comfortable in your home. Efficiency and better comfort both come from a programmable thermostat. These handy devices can end up making your life easier.

This article is all about the benefits of a programmable thermostat in your home. 

1. Keep Money in Your Pocket

Let’s start with one of the best reasons to install a programmable thermostat: it will save you money. Energy bills are always annoying and they always seem to be on the upswing. Keeping your thermostat at a specific temperature saves money - up to 2% on your utility bill per degree of change! You can set your thermostat to lower while you are away then crank up before you get home.

2. Enjoy a Consistent Temperature Everywhere

No one likes the crazy highs and lows that temperature changes can bring outside, so who would want it inside?! Keeping your home at a reliable temperature in many rooms will raise your overall comfort level. Skip the fluctuations between too hot and too cold in your home. Forget about the cold spots with even, room-to-room temperature control. If one room tends to be cooler in the winter (maybe your corner rooms), you can set this temperature accordingly. 

3. Don’t Waste Time Adjusting

Know yourself, and you will lead an easier life - with the right tech! Many homeowners waste their time adjusting their thermostats up and down as their homes go from too hot to too cold. Someone may have messed with the thermostat, throwing everything off. Instead of adjusting your thermostat in the mornings, before work, after work, and evenings before bed, just have the machine do the work for you.

Get All These Benefits of Programmable Thermostats and More

Keeping a consistent temperature can seem like an ongoing battle when temperatures outside are constantly changing. Keep your temperature consistent at home with a programmable thermostat. Professional heating and cooling experts like those at Heaney Plumbing and Heating can install your new system quickly. Give us a call today to chat through your options and start getting your new programmable thermostat today. 

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