Switch to a Programmable Thermostat for Comfort and Convenience

Switch to a Programmable Thermostat for Comfort and Convenience

Switch to a Programmable Thermostat for Comfort and ConvenienceA programmable thermostat is a great investment for your Peachtree City, Ga. home. They aren’t very expensive and are easy to install. Perhaps the best feature of all, they help you save money, by managing the temperature in your home with little involvement beyond the initial setup.

With an analog thermostat, you have to manually set the thermostat back before you leave, and then move it back up once you get home if you are trying to save money on your monthly utility bills. This isn’t as convenient as a programmable thermostat that can be programmed to automatically adjust itself before you come home.

By programming your thermostat when you are going to be away from the home and having it revert back to a more comfortable temperature before you come home for the day, you are saving money. Most models have at least two settings. One that has a weekday setting and one that has both a weekday and weekend setting. The weekday models allow you to setup a schedule for each day of the week. When you are home on the weekend, the weekend setting can be used to keep the system at the same temperature all day. Programmable thermostats help homeowners keep their systems running when only in the capacity that it is needed.

Programmable thermostats have come a long way since they were first introduced to the market. They are easy to use, and can help you save on your monthly utility bills. Even if your old analog thermostat still works, investing in a programmable thermostat is worthwhile your home.

For more expert information about programmable thermostats or other home comfort  related questions, contact Powers Heating and Air. We proudly serve Peachtree, Georgia and surrounding areas.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Peachtree City, Georgia and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).

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