Smart Thermostats

 

When it comes to keeping your home comfortable and saving yourself some cash, a smart thermostat is what you need. Today’s smart thermostats take things a couple farther. They can learn your habits and your schedule to heat and cool your house when you require it, and cut back on energy when you’re not home. They’re tailored and adaptable and you can collaborate with them using your smartphone, tablet or computer.

The Lennox iComfort® thermostats include many beneficial features that go past the capabilities of the traditional thermostat, or even a more up-to-date programmable thermostat. They’re intended to improve energy efficiency and set up homeowners with pointers on energy usage and alerts when the HVAC system needs attention. Users can remotely program these thermostats and some models can even learn your family’s habits and modify heating and cooling to keep things cozy.

Your HVAC system is most likely the biggest energy consumer in your home. With a programmable or smart thermostat, you’ll get top control of your HVAC system and effectively manage your home's energy usage. Here are some things to hunt for:

  • It should be able to keep your home’s temperature very near to its setting—the iComfort series thermostats will set the temperature within 0.5 degree of its setting.
  • The programmable thermostat should know how to manage your heating and cooling dependent on whether you’re at home or absent.
  • Your thermostat should be fitting with your HVAC system. You need to take into account its model and specific things like how many zones you need to manage.
  • It should look good—not like an eyesore in the middle of that living room mantel. iComfort gives you the choice of uploading a personal photo, like a family portrait or something that adds to your ambiance, to use as a screensaver.

Are you ready to learn even more? Call the professionals at Kapaun & Brown Inc. at 641-753-3563 and we’ll answer your questions and demonstrate the choices we can set up for you. 

 
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