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Choosing a Programmable Thermostat for Your Home

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Running your air conditioning system efficiently is one of the most important ways to reduce your energy cost. While it’s nice feeling comfortable, this runs up the energy bill very quickly! How many times have you left home with the AC still blasting so you could come home to a cool house? This is where a programmable thermostat can come in handy, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars a year or more.

Most homeowners in Sun City West are familiar with smart thermostats, but there are so many to choose from. Our team at Canyon State Air Conditioning, Heating, and Plumbing has some tips to help you choose the right one!

5 & 7 Day Programmable Thermostats

Weekly programmable thermostats are among the most common and popular choices. These systems allow you to set your home’s temperature for either the work week or the full week, depending on which fits your lifestyle better.

Most of these thermostats give you the option to set morning, afternoon, and night temperatures. This helps you plan ahead for when you and your family will be in your home and adjust accordingly to your daily needs. It also makes it easy to cut your AC usage while you and your family are at work or school. You can always set the house to cool down as you get home.

Running HVAC systems while no one is home is a huge energy and financial waste. By installing a programmable thermostat, you can see significant savings. The best part is, you don’t have to worry about remembering to change your settings before you leave in the morning or go to bed at night.

Smart Thermostats

Nowadays, almost everything in your home can be a smart system, and your thermostat is no different. Many popular smart thermostats allow you to control your HVAC system from an app on your phone or connect to a home assistant like Google Home or Amazon Alexa.

As long as the thermostat is connected to the internet, you can access it from a cellphone, computer, or tablet. While these thermostats may be pricey at the point of transaction, they can pay off down the line. You can change your thermostat settings whenever you need to and can always adjust if you ever forget to turn your system down when you leave the house.

Learning Thermostats

Thermostat technology has completely changed over recent years. Now, it’s possible to install a thermostat that learns your patterns and programs itself. You never have to worry about setting your home’s temperature because your thermostat already knows what it is you want. Of course, you can override the system if you want to change your patterns. While these can be more expensive to install, they provide a long-term solution for energy efficiency.

Need a New Thermostat?

If you’re interested in a programmable thermostat in the Phoenix area, the team at Canyon State can help! We offer a wide range of thermostat services, including installation, maintenance, and emergency repair. Give us a call today to find out how we can help!

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