Traditional, programmable, and smart thermostats are simple and effective tools to reduce energy use and save money.
All thermostats can save energy and money when used or programmed to maximize efficiency. Non-programmable thermostats require in-the-moment action to adjust temperatures. Programmable thermostats adjust your heating and cooling set-points for you (but only if you program them properly). And smart thermostats study your behavior to self-optimize and automate for greater energy savings. They can also be remote-monitored and adjusted via smartphone, allowing for a high degree of user control.
Controlling HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) can be the most cost-effective way to save energy in a commercial setting. Many Vermont businesses already have the right technology in place, from programmable thermostats to more comprehensive, facility-wide controls. For the latter, have an HVAC professional perform a custom set-up to maximize efficiency. Contact us for advice on the right questions to ask your technician.
- Save hundreds to thousands of dollars on energy expenses
- Improve air quality and comfort for employees and customers
- Reduce maintenance costs