For the ultimate in indoor comfort control and equipment efficiency, call us to get set up with one of today’s truly remarkable digital programmable thermostats.
We will show you how to program it to adjust temperature settings automatically when no one will be in the home during the day, or when everyone is sleeping at night. Then, we can set it so your preferred comfort settings will return just prior to your coming home or waking up. Of course, you can also alter your programmed settings for vacations or changes in your family’s schedule.
During the winter months, using a thermostat properly can help you save money on your heating costs. You’ll also save money on cooling costs during the summer.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE), the lower the interior temperature, the slower the heat loss. The longer your house remains at the lower temperature, the more energy you save because your house has lost less energy than it would have at the higher temperature.
The Energy Department concludes that you can save as much as 10% a year on annual heating and cooling costs by simply adjusting your thermostat 7°-10°F for eight hours a day from its normal setting.
At the very least, a new non-programmable digital thermostat should replace your old-fashioned hand-controlled thermostat.
Computerized digital precision will out-perform finger-digit control every time, and ensure that your temperature settings are accurate to within fractions of a degree. Larger, illuminated digital readouts also provide welcome relief from squinting at small printed numbers in a dimly lit room or hallway.
Below is one example of a high-quality thermostat that we sell and install:
In more than 100 million homes and five million buildings worldwide, Honeywell products, components, and systems deliver temperature control, comfort, energy conservation and safety.
The touchscreen model shown here includes:
Learn more about your options in thermostats. Contact Jennings Oil & Propane, serving Danbury, New Milford, Southbury, Newtown, Ridgefield, Kent, and surrounding towns in parts of Fairfield, Litchfield, and New Haven counties in CT.