We found a recent report that said 90 percent of people with programmable thermostats don’t use them.
Why? Because they don’t know how.
That left us gobsmacked. They are missing out on an opportunity to save % or more on their home’s heating and cooling costs!
We don’t want that to happen to you. That’s why we’ve put together a tutorial to help you program the thermostat in your home here in southeastern Massachusetts or Rhode Island so you can get the most energy savings possible.
If you don’t have a programmable or smart thermostat, you really should! They make managing your home’s heating and cooling as easy as pie.
Programmable thermostats are reasonably priced, and you’ll be paid back and more in the first year because of the lower energy costs. And those will continue in the years to come. They let you set temperatures for your heating and cooling systems for specific times of day, and specific days of the week.
Smart thermostats take the benefits of programmable thermostats and add today’s wireless technology to make your thermostats even more helpful. You can control your thermostat through WiFi and your smartphone or tablet. Some smart thermostats can also send notifications when your equipment is having problems or when you need to change your air filter.
Whether you have a programmable or smart thermostat, using is smartly can help you reap big energy savings. We’ve collected some tips from the United States Department of Energy for you to use.