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Thermostats

Thermostats are an integral aspect of your HVAC system. Advancements in modern technology have improved our ability to make homes more comfortable and energy efficient. While we have plenty of thermostats for those who want to keep it simple, we encourage our customers to invest in all that technology has to offer as a way to protect and improve your home.

Programmable WiFi Thermostats

 

Programmable WiFi Thermostats are designed around you. Their state-of-the-art technology that gets to know you and your preferences. Less work on your part and managing your energy use has never been easier. You can set your system on a schedule to work around the times you are in and out of the home. For example, An Aprilaire Programmable Thermostat knows how long it takes to heat your home. If you set your SLEEP temperature to 62° and your WAKE time and temperature to 6 am and 70°, the heat will come on before 6 am, so it’s 70° when you wake up.

With WiFi features enabled, you can control your comfort from your phone or tablet! You can also review your climate history and review energy usage to determine how you can save money on your heating and cooling costs– or improve your overall efficiency.

In a modern age when everyone is on the go, programmable WiFi thermostats are the way to go! They get to know your comfort zones and set your HVAC system for work around you, instead of the other way around.

Traditional & Digital Thermostats

 

There is nothing wrong with using a traditional thermostat for your home, rental, or business. They’ve worked well enough since the introduction of HVAC technology. Traditional thermostats are less expensive up front and you can continue to lower your energy costs if you remember to turn them up or down when you leave your home. Not every person needs the best in technology to stay comfortable and efficient in their home. We cater to all types at Sal’s Heating & Cooling, Inc. Plumbing & Sewer.

For many, digital thermostats are easier to read and set than the old dial method. Many manufcaturers prefer the digital as they are mercury and generally hassle free.