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Ready to Upgrade Your Thermostat?

Published by Luke Weiden

As technology continues to advance, so do our home temperature control options. If your home is still operating on an old system, it may be time to switch things up to reduce your energy bill. Here are five popular types of thermostat systems to consider.

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Manual Thermostats

This is the traditional tried and true model found in homes across the country. Also known as a mechanical thermostat, it’s comprised of a power switch and a dial for choosing your desired temperature. 

Digital Thermostats

While similar to manual versions in control and function, these modern machines have a digital display. They are extremely easy to see and use, and are now probably the most common type used in homes today. 

Smart Thermostats

These programmable digital systems monitor and control the temperature for you according to the standards you set. Smart thermostats automatically heat or cool your home to ensure your desired temperature is always maintained.

Wireless Thermostats

Another type of programmable model, wireless versions can be controlled from anywhere through your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Sometimes referred to as wi-fi thermostats, they only required an internet connection to be adjusted while you’re away. This is a great way to help save money on your energy bills without risking comfort.

Learning Thermostats

These highly intelligent systems remember your preferences throughout the day and night and automatically adjust accordingly. Do you like to keep your home a bit warmer while away at work, and cool at night for cozy sleep? This system will learn your heating and cooling habits and mimic them, in case you forget.

There has never been a better time to upgrade your home’s temperature control system. With so many great choices available, we know you’ll find the perfect system for you and your family. To learn more or to schedule an appointment for a thermostat installation, call Deljo Heating and Cooling today.

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