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Feel like giving those energy bills a run for their money while treating the planet right? Imagine a home that’s not just cosy, but brilliantly clever about it too. Sound tempting? Get ready to dive into the future of home tech – say hello to the savvy superstar, the smart thermostat!
In this blog post, we will explain how a smart thermostat can help you save money and energy, as well as improve your home’s cosiness and efficiency.
A smart thermostat can save you money and energy in several ways, such as:
A smart thermostat can learn from your habits and preferences, and adjust your heating and hot water accordingly. For example, it can turn down the temperature when you are away or asleep, and turn it up when you are at home or awake. This way, you can avoid wasting energy and money on heating an empty or unused space.
A smart thermostat can give you feedback on your energy usage and savings, as well as suggest ways to improve them. For example, it can show you how much energy you have used in a day, week, or month, and how much money you have saved compared to a standard thermostat. It can also give you tips on how to reduce your energy consumption and carbon emissions, such as lowering the temperature by one degree or using less hot water.
A smart thermostat can integrate with other smart devices in your home, such as smart meters, smart plugs, smart lights, or smart speakers. This way, you can create a more efficient and connected home system that can optimise your energy usage and savings. For example, you can use a smart meter to monitor your electricity and gas consumption in real time and use a smart plug to turn off appliances that are not in use. You can also use a smart speaker to control your smart thermostat with voice commands or use smart lights to adjust the brightness and colour of your lighting according to the temperature.
A smart thermostat can adapt to external factors that affect your heating and hot water demand, such as the weather, the time of day, or the season. For example, it can use weather compensation technology to adjust the temperature according to the outside temperature, rather than relying on a fixed schedule or setting. It can also use geofencing technology to detect when you are leaving or arriving home, and turn on or off the heating accordingly.
If you want to get the most out of your smart thermostat, you will need to choose and use it effectively. Here are some tips on how to do that:
Read our blog The Best Smart Thermostats to Consider for more helpful advice
Installing a smart thermostat can be a clever move for your home, as it can help you save money and energy, as well as improve your home’s comfort and efficiency. However, you will need to choose and use a smart thermostat effectively, by considering its compatibility, suitability, installation, and usage.
If you need more advice or information on smart thermostats, you can contact us or call us on 01985 800222.
We are experts in smart thermostat installations and smart boiler controls in Somerset & Wiltshire – we’ll help you choose the best system for your needs, install it seamlessly, and even customise it to suit your preferences.
Our team of experienced home heating professionals is always up-to-date on the latest technology trends, so you can trust us to provide the best service and advice.