IERNA's Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Thermostats’

Why Upgrade My Thermostat?

Monday, November 30th, 2015

Homeowners today expect to live in a certain amount of comfort, but many fail to realize just how major an impact various factors can have on their ability to do so. Your thermostat, for instance, may be limiting the success with which you heat and cool your home in ways that you are not even aware of. Simply upgrading your existing thermostat can have a seriously positive influence on your heating and cooling experience. Of course, you must know for sure that you are investing in the right thermostat in Tampa, FL for your needs and personal user preferences. That is why you should schedule your thermostat services with IERNA’s Heating & Cooling.

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The Many Advantages of Nest Thermostats

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

Thermostat technology has made incredible progress over the past couple of decades. From manual, to digital, to programmable, homeowners are being given more and more control over how their indoor climate is regulated. Now, the next step in that progression has arrived in the form of Nest thermostats. Let’s examine what the Nest thermostat is, and why you should consider installing one in your home.

Adaptability

By now, homeowners know about programmable thermostats. Most digital thermostats are now equipped with options for day and night cycles, as well as days of the week. Pretty much any time of day can have its own dedicated setting with programmable thermostats, and this is a very good thing. The problem is that a lot of these options are hidden behind complicated button combinations and menu settings. Nest is a different kind of animal altogether.

Nest thermostats revolve around an extremely simple and efficient design. You turn the temperature up, or down, and over the first few days the Nest thermostat will begin to learn from your heating and cooling habits. Eventually, the thermostat will set the temperature for you without instruction. If you keep turning your thermostat off at night to save energy, the Nest will remember to turn itself off even if you forget.

You can also set the Nest thermostat to have an energy-saving away temperature when you’re out of the house. This prevents it from wasting energy heating an empty home. In a similar manner, Nest has several ways to make suggestions regarding saving money on heating. When you’re adjusting the thermostat and a small leaf appears on the display, that’s Nest telling you that you’re saving energy and money.

Interconnectivity

In keeping with our increasingly online lifestyles, the Nest thermostat is capable of remote capabilities. If you’re driving home after a long day, and you don’t want the house to be freezing when you get home, just open the Nest app on your phone and set the temperature you want. By the time you get home, your house will be nice and comfortable.

If you’d like to know more about Nest thermostats, call Ierna’s Heating & Cooling. We install thermostats throughout Riverview.

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