Homeowners often are told of the benefits replacing their outdated HVAC system can provide in their home. However, fewer homeowners are aware of the reasons why they may want to consider a new thermostat for their home as well. The fact is thermostats serve a vital role in your HVAC system, and upgrading an outdated thermostat provides several benefits to homeowners including:
The Ability to Program Your System
One of the greatest advantages modern thermostats provide over older models is that they can be programmed. You can tell your system specific times of the day, and days of the week, to come on, and what temperature it should be set at, and it will take care of the rest. Your thermostat will keep you comfortable without you having to set it, which can save you money on your energy bills, as you will not have to remember to turn your system off at the end of the day, as you can program at what time it should do so.
Provides You With Updates on Your System’s Status
Another benefit newer thermostats provide is that they give you updates on your system. No longer will you have to struggle to remember when your HVAC system was last maintained; you thermostat will let you know when your filter needs replacing, and if your system need professional attention. This can give homeowners a peace-of-mind, as they will not have to worry about knowing when to perform maintenance on their system.
The Ability to Control Your System Remotely
Adding to this peace-of-mind, some modern thermostats even give homeowners the power to control their system while away from home using their smart phone. This way, should you go on vacation and forget to turn off your HVAC system, you can do so from your smart phone.
These are just a few of the reasons to consider replacing an outdated thermostat in your home. Contact us to learn more about the benefits you could experience by upgrading your home’s thermostat.