Smart thermostats save money, energy, and time by automatically adjusting to your habits and changing weather.
Almost half of your energy bill goes to heating and cooling your home. Smart thermostats use sensors and automation for greater energy savings. They can also be remote-monitored and adjusted via smartphone. Programmable thermostats, by comparison, also save energy—but are not responsive to conditions like weather or occupants present. And manual thermostats must be adjusted in the moment. Of the three types, a smart thermostat makes it easiest to save you the most.
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
Watch the HVAC Controls Overview Training presented by Efficiency Vermont.