Controlling thermostats in the past meant having to control the home’s indoor temperature by resetting thermostats manually. This transformed into smarter technology operated by built-in timers, which turned thermostats on or off at selected times. High-end models allowed consumers to set thermostats at different temperatures, which allowed for settings that kept homes from being damaged due to extremely cold weather and/or hot days.
Now, smart home heating and cooling automation technology allows you adjust temperatures from anywhere you have Internet access, a smartphone or a tablet, making your home smarter than those without home automation.
Heating and Cooling Control Advantages
1. Reduce utility costs.
Lower the thermostat during winter days when you aren’t home via a smartphone app and set the thermostat at higher temperatures during the cooling season in the same way. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, programmable thermostats save up to 30 percent on energy bills.
2. Pre-set has never been easier.
Pre-set room temperatures to your liking by increasing or decreasing temperatures about thirty minutes prior to coming home. If you come home earlier or later, use the smartphone app to change the timing of the temperature change accordingly.
2. Enjoy comfortable temperature in your home year-round.
Zoned heating and cooling systems work well in home automation. Cool or heat occupied spaces to comfortable temperatures, and keep unoccupied areas warmer or cooler based on the season.
Heating and cooling automation dampers optimizes airflow with automated HVAC Zone Control. Traditional HVAC air registers usually condition and distribute air unevenly, causing higher utility bills, higher system run times and inconsistent temperatures from room to room. Minimize or eliminate these problems by controlling registers through smart home heating and cooling registers.
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