Apr 24 2018

We all know how cold it can get in Bath, PA and how warm it gets in the summer. We want to maintain a comfortable home during all seasons. The best way to do that is to have a smart thermometer. Many home users have a connected thermostat which allows better control over the heating and air conditioning which comes in handy year-round.

Smart thermostats will allow you to control your home’s temperature remotely. So this gives you control over your central heating and air conditioningwhile you are out of the house.

Take Control

Most smart thermostats have accompanying apps that can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection, even in your car with your smartphone in hand. 

Before you leave work, set the thermostat a couple of degrees higher so when you get home your house is at a comfortable temperature. No more walking into a cold house, you can take off your coat and shoes and be comfortable immediately.  

Know Your Usage

You can access reports about your usage so you can better understand your heating usage, and adjust your behavior and preferences accordingly. With these reports, you customize your thermostat no matter what kind of HVAC system you have installed to reflect your behavior.

Fix Human Errors

Smart thermostats will learn your schedule and preferences, making it easy to be energy efficient by letting the thermostat home’s temperature while you come and go. You can check the app while you’re away from home to see if the heater is running and at what temperature. 

Set Vacation Mode

If you travel during the winter, the smart thermostat can be your best friend.  Put the smart thermostat in vacation mode and set the temperature while you’re away without messing up your existing settings. Or if you are away on holiday and realize you forgot to turn off the heat you can fix the error with your smartphone quickly. 

Take control of your comfort with a smart thermostat. Call the fast, friendly professionals at Sullivan Oil & Propane at 610-813-6555 or schedule an appointment online, today. 

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