Reduce Energy Costs in Houston with a Smart Thermostat

Installing a smart thermostat in your Houston home is one of the most intelligent ways to save money on utility costs.

A Wi-Fi thermostat is more clever than a programmable thermostat, which can only change settings based on the time of day. A smart thermostat learns from your plans and knows when you leave the house. This enables it to modify temperatures accordingly.

Apps give you the capability to monitor your home remotely and adjust temperature settings from almost anywhere. Plus, this smart home device shows your energy consumption in actual time.

A smart thermostat works with most any HVAC system. Some kinds are compatible with Amazon Alexa, allowing you to set the thermostat with voice commands. Others include room sensors, which can lessen hot and cold spots.

Take the first step with a free home comfort assessment from Church Services. Our Experts can suggest and add best solution for your home.

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5 Signs You Need a Smart Thermostat

You should probably get a smart thermostat if your home doesn’t feel comfortable or you forget to change temperature settings when you are away from home.

Here’s a few other indications a smart thermostat is right for your home:

  1. Your energy bills keep increasing.
  2. You’re regularly forgetting to change settings on the thermostat.
  3. Your agenda is busy—and constantly changes.
  4. You’re having difficulty evening out your home’s temperature.
  5. You want to reduce energy spending.

How Smart Thermostats Save Energy

A smart thermostat takes the guesswork out of controlling your home’s temperature. It’s a good choice if you have a programmable thermostat that’s set properly or accidentally leave your HVAC system running all day.

It conserves energy by keeping the temperature as low as possible for as long as possible. This helps you avoid wasting money on heating and cooling when you’re not home. Then, it warms up or cools down your house based on when you come home.

Minor temperature changes can add up to sizable savings over the duration of a year—between 12 to 23 percent, according to two leading manufacturers. Your actual savings can vary based on your location, how big your house is, and your temperature and humidity needs.

Monitor Your Home While You’re Away

Since smart thermostats are Wi-Fi-enabled, you can manage them with a smartphone, tablet or laptop while you’re gone. You can also watch your system’s performance and get alerts if your furnace, air conditioner or heat pump isn’t operating properly.

Unsure when you last changed your air filter? Or when you should make an appointment for regular tune-ups? Your thermostat can remind you when it’s time.