Ways Wi-Fi Thermostats Benefit Your Home

Ways Wi-Fi Thermostats Benefit Your HomeRemote monitoring and control of your indoor environment with a Wi-Fi thermostat is just one of the advantages technology offers homeowners today. The freedom to track and adjust the temperature of your house while you’re away — or a vacation home located elsewhere — enhances comfort, lowers operating costs and provides peace of mind.

Linked to your household network, a Wi-Fi thermostat is accessible anywhere in the world with a smartphone app or a tablet or laptop. No matter where you may be, you’re connected to home.

Here are some benefits of replacing your old thermostat with a Wi-Fi thermostat:

  • Remote temperature monitoring. When you can’t be home to check indoor conditions, a Wi-Fi unit allows you to monitor household temperatures and make changes to programmed settings at will. This is useful if you’re going to be arriving home earlier or later than expected or if you want to make seasonal changes to an HVAC system that’s far away, such as a second home.
  • Emergency alerts. If temperatures inside the house exceed or drop below your programmed maximum and minimum, a thermostat with Wi-Fi connectivity can send you a text or email to alert you to the problem. It can also let you know if any malfunctions have occurred with the air conditioner or furnace, such as a system shutdown or power outage.
  • Outdoor sensors. Many Wi-Fi thermostats also incorporate outdoor sensors to update you about current weather conditions at home such as temperature and humidity. Because changes in outdoor conditions directly influence the indoor environment — and can impact hazards such as frozen plumbing pipes — this feature gives you additional remote data to make informed decisions about temperature settings from far away.

Since 1922, Paitson Bros. has kept the homeowners of the Wabash Valley up to date on the latest in home HVAC technology. Contact us for more information about the benefits — at home and away from home — of a Wi-Fi thermostat.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Terre Haute, Indiana about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about wi-fi thermostats and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 812-645-6859.

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