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Tips for Getting the Most from Your Smart Thermostat

Smart Thermostat

Installing a smart thermostat will improve your indoor air quality and save you money, too.

If your home’s indoor air quality changes each season, you may find yourself taking more sick days than usual. Fresh air is vital to your health. Poor air quality may increase your risk of allergies and respiratory ailments. Investing in a smart thermostat is one way to ensure every member of your family can breathe easily. Follow these tips to keep your air as healthy as possible.

Program a Temperature Schedule

You don’t need to keep the inside of your home set at the same temperature when you’re away. Use the program feature on your smart thermostat to create a schedule. Make your home warmer while you’re at work and set the AC to turn on about an hour before you arrive home. When you walk through the doors, you’ll feel fresh, cool air. You’ll also notice a reduction in your energy bill.

Only Breathe Clean Air

The most innovative smart thermostats can alert you to changes in the air. If the thermostat detects unhealthy levels of pollution, dust, or other contaminants, it will notify you via text message. Connect your thermostat to a filtration or ventilation system to make sure the air in your home is safe around the clock.

Choose the Location Wisely

You can’t install your new smart thermostat just anywhere. It’s essential to choose a location where the temperature is always constant. Avoid humid areas near bathrooms or windows. It’s also best to choose an area that doesn’t get direct sunlight. The right location will ensure you get proper temperature readings, saving you money in the long run.

If you’re ready to invest in an innovative smart thermostat, let the experts at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling help. We will make sure you choose a model that will keep your home comfortable and healthy every month of the year. Contact our team of professionals to update your thermostat and improve the indoor air quality of your home.

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