A smart thermostat can connect to other devices in your Riverside, California, home, including locks, lights, cameras, and motion sensors. You can enjoy detailed information and precise control. A smart thermostat provides energy savings, added convenience, and better indoor air quality.
You can program your smart thermostat to turn down your HVAC system when you leave your house or go to sleep, and then return your home to a more pleasant temperature about 30 minutes before you get home or wake up. That way, you’ll only use energy to condition your home when it’s needed. Many models can also give you useful information about your home’s power use.
Many smart thermostats use sensors to learn your routine over time so that you won’t have to spend time programming them. You can adjust your smart thermostat and get updates about your home and your HVAC system from your computer, tablet, or phone. Some models offer password protection to keep guests and kids from changing your house’s temperature.
If you have more than one indoor air handler or dampers in your ductwork to direct air where it’s needed, you can use zoning. Using your smart thermostat to set separate rooms or zones to different temperatures will keep everyone comfortable and make your system more efficient. You won’t have to heat or cool unoccupied rooms.
Better Indoor Air Quality
Many smart thermostats include indoor air quality and humidity monitors. Some can remind you to change your HVAC system’s air filter and get professional maintenance. They can even connect to some humidifiers, dehumidifiers, and indoor air purifiers, giving you complete control of your home’s air quality.
We can help you choose and maintain a variety of equipment, including smart thermostats. For expert, courteous service and assistance with all your heating and cooling needs, call Hush Air Heating & Air Conditioning at 951-373-3784.
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