Installing a Wi-Fi-connected smart thermostat in your Holiday Lakes, Texas, home is both convenient and a financially wise upgrade. Here are a few features you’ll enjoy with your new Wi-Fi thermostat.

Smart Setback

Smart setbacks learn your schedule so that your system can use less energy to heat and cool your home when you’re away and redirect that power to making the perfect environment when you’re inside your home. This can make your system more efficient, saving energy when it’s not needed.

Energy Reports

One of your best tools in saving on your utility bills is the energy reports your Wi-Fi thermostat offers. These reports tell you how you use energy throughout the month, so you can make smarter decisions that can help you save money on your bills.

Convenient Phone Apps

One of the coolest parts about Wi-Fi-connected thermostats is that you can control them through your phone. This comes in handy in situations where you forget to adjust your thermostat before leaving home, or you want to adjust your indoor temperature so it’s perfect when you come back home.

In-Depth Scheduling

Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats give you higher levels of control over your heating and cooling system. Some of these thermostats can learn your family’s schedules and which rooms they use the most to better distribute energy. But if you want to control it yourself, you can use an app to make a fine-tuned schedule of how hard your HVAC system works, at what times during the day, and in which rooms of your home.

Weather Tracking

Some Wi-Fi thermostats track weather reports to decide how to best spend energy in your home. If there’s a cold front coming through, your smart thermostat can adjust accordingly. If humidity levels rise or fall, your thermostat can take it into account.

If you want to talk about your options for upgrading to a Wi-Fi thermostat, give our team at Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. a call at 888-929-0049.

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