You live in Clearwater, Florida, because you love its lively beaches, great restaurants, and the wide variety of outdoor activities. You just wish that you could improve your home comfort in the cooler winter and hotter summer months.
You’ve heard about Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats, but would one of these devices be a good addition to your home HVAC system? In a word, yes! Here are three reasons why.
Control Your HVAC System Remotely
Wi-Fi-enabled devices today offer you control over your devices from practically anywhere in the world. A Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat on your HVAC system lets you check and adjust the temperature of your home with just a few clicks. Inviting your friends to your house on a whim? Remotely lower your thermostat setting so you and your guests arrive to a cool home.
Get Automatic, Real-Time Alerts From Your Thermostat
Wi-Fi lets you keep a close eye on your home temperature during the day, but why bother checking at all? Certain Wi-Fi thermostats and apps can continuously monitor your home and alert you if a problem arises. Some will even remind you of scheduled maintenance so you can take corrective action and return your home to a comfortable temperature.
Save Energy and Money
Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats fall under the general category of "smart technology," which typically includes programmable cooling and heating schedules. Advanced Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats like the Trane ComfortLink™ line leverage your wireless network for robust information, letting you view live weather forecasts, radar, and weather alerts. Advanced Wi-Fi thermostats and their apps can also monitor your energy use and offer you suggestions on reducing your energy costs.
You’re a technology fan and love the way that smart devices improve you and your family’s lives. Adding a Wi-Fi thermostat to your HVAC system is one of the most practical home upgrades you can make. Call Advanced Cooling Systems today at (727) 213-5888 to learn more about the Wi-Fi thermostat options that are available to you.
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