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Should You Upgrade To A Smart Thermostate?

Over the last decade, smart technology has seen tremendous growth. With the implementation of smart speakers, it seems like you can connect everything these days. From your entertainment gadgets to your vacuum, everything can be controlled from one central hub. This can also includes your thermostat. If you are in the market for a new thermostat or simply thinking about upping your tech game in your home, a smart thermostat may be a good choice for you. Here is why you should consider upgrading to a smart thermostat.  

Smart Thermostats Are More Eco-Friendly

Eco-friendliness is a big concern for many homeowners these days. Which makes a smart thermostat a great choice. The ability to schedule when you want your heater or air to kick on, allows you to heat and cool your home only when you are home. After all, it is such a waste to have the heater blasting all day while you aren't home. This is reduces your use of electricity and gas, making your home more eco-friendly.  

Go Green To Save Green

As you might have guessed, when you use less electricity and gas, you not only make your home more eco-friendly, but you also save money on operating costs. You can actually save 10% - 15% on your energy bills each year by switching to a smart thermostat. 

You Can Control Your Thermostat Remotely

This plays into the more efficient part as well. If you are away from you home, you can adjust the temperature of your thermostat without even being there. So, if you were caught off guard with a cold front, and want the home to be nice a toasty when you get home, you can adjust the temperature before you arrive home. This not only makes you home more comfortable, but also more eco-friendly, as you don’t have to leave the heater running at full blast all day.  

It Integrates With Other Devices

It seems like everything can integrate these days. If you thought being able to control all of the functions of your home from your smartphone was great, wait till you connect it to your smart speaker. Nowadays, it's like being in an episode of Star Trek, but instead of saying “computer” you are saying “Alexa” turn on the heat. The ability to control your home’s temperature with your voice, is seriously one of the coolest parts of a smart thermostat. This also makes smart thermostats easier to use. Instead of trying to figure out the buttons on your thermostat, all you have to do is tell your smart speaker to adjust the temperature. It's brilliant! 

Signs It's Time For A New Thermostat

Thermostats don’t last forever. If you have been having trouble maintaining the temperature in your home, checking the thermostat is a good place to start. You may need a new thermostat if:  

  • Your heater or AC won’t kick on
  • Your heater or AC won’t turn off
  • The temperature reading isn’t accurate
  • Have frequent temperature fluctuations
  • Your thermostat is over 10 years old
  • You notice a higher than usual energy bill

  Have your thermostat checked if you notice any of the above mentioned symptoms. Replacing your thermostat is a relatively simple procedure that can help you save on operating costs. To learn more contact Rooter Hero today!     

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