5 Ways Smart Thermostats Can Save Energy & Money

Woman adjusting thermostat

woman adjusting smart thermostat

Are you tired of high energy bills? Smart thermostats are a great investment for homeowners who want to save money on their energy bills. Not only do they allow you to control your home's temperature from your smartphone or tablet, but they also learn your habits and adjust the temperature accordingly.

Here are five smart ways to save energy and money with your thermostat:

1. Use the "Away" setting when leaving the house

When you leave the house, make sure to use the "Away" setting on your thermostat. This will save energy by turning off the heating or cooling when no one is home. You can also set the thermostat to automatically switch to "Home" mode when you return.

2. Set a schedule

Setting a schedule for your thermostat is an easy way to save energy. You can program it to adjust the temperature based on your daily routine. For example, you can set it to turn off or lower the heating or cooling during the day when everyone is at work or school and turn it on before everyone returns home.

3. Use the "Fan" setting to circulate air

The "Fan" setting on your thermostat can be used to circulate air throughout your home. This can help to distribute hot or cold air more evenly, which can reduce the workload on your HVAC system and save energy.

4. Adjust the temperature at night

Adjusting the temperature at night can help you save energy and money. You can set your thermostat to lower the temperature at night when everyone is sleeping. This will reduce the workload on your HVAC system and save energy.

5. Monitor your energy usage

Many smart thermostats come with an energy monitoring feature that allows you to track your energy usage. This can help you identify areas where you can improve your energy efficiency and save money.

By implementing these five smart ways to save energy and money with your thermostat, you can reduce your energy bills and improve your home's energy efficiency.

Contact Logan Home Energy Services to learn more about how we can help you install and optimize your smart thermostat for maximum energy savings.

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