New thermostat is a big home improvement

I’m constantly making improvements to my home.

Since purchasing the property ten years ago, I’ve replaced the windows, painted every room, put down new floors and completely renovated the kitchen and bathrooms.

I’ve replaced light fixtures, plumbing fixtures and all of the appliances. I invest in projects that elevate the aesthetics, functionality, comfort and overall value of my home. I’m not sure why I never considered upgrading the thermostat until recently. While I’ve purchased new couches, tables, carpets and curtains, I completely overlooked the thermostat. In my local area, the weather swings from negative fifteen to the nineties. Heating and cooling is just about a year round necessity. The thermostat plays a very important role in our enjoyment of the living space. It also impacts the operation and efficiency of the furnace and air conditioner. I rarely remembered to adjust the temperature before leaving the house for the day. I’d then pay huge energy bills because of heating or cooling an empty house to the perfect comfort level. On the rare occasion that I lowered or raised the thermostat in the morning, I’d come home from work to either an overheated or freezing cold living space. The new thermostat is more attractive, easier to adjust and provides a wide range of really helpful and convenient features. I can access the smart thermostat through an app on my phone from virtually anywhere I happen to be. I receive alerts when there is a power outage, unexplained temperature swing or it’s time to replace filters. I get reminded to schedule professional maintenance for the furnace and air conditioner. Plus, the thermostat includes occupancy sensors that know if a room is occupied. It adjusts the heating and cooling system to conserve energy while also providing ideal comfort.
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