Purl's Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Wi-Fi thermostats’

Don’t Try to Install a Thermostat on Your Own! Here’s Why

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021

advanced-thermostat-on-hot-dayYou can probably go online and find instructions on how to do a DIY installation for just about anything. That doesn’t mean you should attempt all of them. It’s one thing to follow instructions on how to wire up your home’s new sound system. It’s quite another when it comes to installing a new thermostat.

We know what you’re thinking: “How complicated could putting in a thermostat be? Don’t I just have to wire it into the wall?” It’s more complicated than that, but there are other reasons why we don’t recommend going it alone on this. If you buy your own thermostat and then attempt to replace your old one with it, plenty can go wrong. Expensively wrong.

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How a Wireless “Tstat” Can Help You Save Energy and Money

Monday, March 12th, 2018

The technology behind climate control continues to improve each year. The top of the line thermostats today are advanced to a level where they’re essentially A.I. computers capable of handling home comfort on their own and maximizing energy use. The wireless or Wi-Fi thermostat is one of these fantastic advances in thermostat technology. This type of thermostat contains numerous features, such as “smart” programming and remote access.

You may be interested in wireless thermostats in Fresno, CA or elsewhere in the Central Valley as a way of boosting your household HVAC system. What are the advantages of going with a wireless “Tstat”? Let’s take a look at a few of the biggest ones.

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How You Can Benefit from a Wi-Fi Thermostat in Your Home

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Thermostat technology has come a long way since the days of the dial-and-slider manual thermostats. Today homeowners have an option to install digital, digital programmable, and “smart” thermostats. These thermostats come with features that not only make operating them more convenient and precise, but also permit greater energy savings from the home’s HVAC system.

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