Benefits of Auto Programmable Thermostats

Benefits of Auto Programmable Thermostats

At Bill Howe Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., we strongly recommend that every home or business replace their current thermostat with an auto programmable thermostat, which will ensure both efficiency and convenience. After you program the thermostat once, it is good to go so that you don’t have to worry about adjusting your thermostat when you’re away from home. Plus, with a good thermostat, you can save energy, cut down on your electric bill and even be notified when you need maintenance.

With an auto programmable thermostat, you will never have to remember to turn your system on or off because you can program it to come on at different times during the day. This is the easiest way to deal with your AC unit so that you aren’t wasting both your time and electricity.  After all, it takes a lot more energy to go from 55 degrees to 72 degrees than it does to go from 65 degrees to 72 degrees. Some systems will even tell you when you need to call for maintenance, which we would be happy to assist with.

According to California Code, the programmable thermostats are now required on any new installations or replacements. The reason for this is because of the mercury found in older thermostats which can do great harm to the human nervous system. Also, there is a significant danger in just throwing away old thermostats and that’s why Bill Howe Heating & Air, Inc. has teamed up with Thermostat Recycling Corporation (TRC) to properly dispose of older thermostats.

At Bill Howe Heating & Air Conditioning, one of our highly trained, expert technicians can upgrade your system quickly and affordably. Additionally, we can help with the programming of your thermostat so you’re always comfortable, while lowering your electric bill all at the same time. Experience all the benefits of an auto programmable thermostat, and let us help!

To schedule an appointment with one of our expert technicians, please contact us at 1-800-BILL-HOWE (1-800-245-5469).



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