Benefits of Smart Thermostats

If you are searching for ways to save energy around the home, start by taking a close look at what uses the most energy – your HVAC system. Heating and cooling can be responsible for up to 50% of a household’s total energy costs, meaning there is a lot of room for improvement.

One of the best ways to cut down on your heating and cooling costs is by investing in a smart thermostat. These relatively-new devices allow you to preset your temperature preferences for different times of the day, and days of the week; helping you save money year-round.

Here are a few benefits that smart thermostats can offer homeowners:

  • Save Energy. Nobody likes coming home to a hot home in the summer, so many people run their air conditioners even when the house is empty. Smart thermometers give you the best of both worlds by allowing your A/C system to run for just enough time to cool off your house before you arrive. No wasted energy.

  • Remote Access. Many smart thermostats allow users to connect via WiFi – giving them complete control over their home’s temperature from halfway across the world. This is useful if you own a summer home, or if you forget to turn down the thermostat before leaving on vacation!

  • Bonus Features. More advanced thermostats offer extra features such as energy-tracking apps, maintenance reminders, and the ability to learn your temperature preferences on their own.

There are a lot of smart thermostats available on the market, each with their own unique set of pros and cons. Once you settle on the smart thermostat that is right for you, trust the experts at Air Treatment Company to install it in your Virginia home. As a fully licensed and insured HVAC company, don’t trust anyone else for your home heating and cooling needs. If you live in Fairfax County or the surrounding area, give us a call at (703) 270-0881.


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