Posted on: December 8, 2016
By: Alan O'Neill
Posted in: Air Conditioning
Thermostats have become more standard in homes across the nation. Many homeowners are finding that making a simple change from a manual thermostat to a programmable one offers many benefits to your wallet, your home, and your comfort.Thermostats measure your home’s ambient temperature and use that information to activate your furnace or air conditioner, depending on the thermostat’s setting.
Home thermostats, you can adjust the temperature to the exact point of your own personal comfort. For every degree you raise or lower the temperature in your home during the heat of the summer or the cold of winter, you can save up to 2 percent on your utility bill.
Many problems with a heating or cooling system can be traced back to the thermostat. In some cases, the thermostat is out of adjustment. Other times its batteries are dead. Obviously, replacing batteries or making a simple adjustment are easy solutions.
If your electronic thermostat is acting up and you’re sure it’s programmed properly, replace the batteries. With most types, you pull the thermostat’s body straight out from its baseplate and find the batteries mounted to the back side of the body. But check your owner’s manual…if your thermostat isn’t built this way, you’ll break it!
If these steps don’t do the trick and your thermostat is outdated, it may not be worth the time and effort to fix it. It may be more affordable and sensible to replace it. Please see Home Thermostats Buying Guide. Then, for information on how to install it, see How to Install or Replace a Thermostat.
When your thermostat says one temperature and you know the room is another, it may be dirty, tilted on the wall, or located where it can’t get a proper reading.
Home thermostats have become virtually a standard in today’s home residential air conditioning and heating systems. Due to their energy saving benefits, improved comfort, convenience, and cost-effective savings a programmable thermostat has become the obvious solution to optimal climate control.Call (713) 812-7070 us for your home service and repair needs.
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