Certain promises were made by Hanna Barbara when it comes to American’s expectation regarding the status of our homes in the 21st-century. Specifically, the Jetsons cartoon set a pretty high bar as to what we could expect in terms of the automated features of new home technologies. While the microwave oven, Roomba, answering machines, and more might not measure up to flying cars and floating escalators, but adding a “Smart” Thermostat might be a huge step towards realizing the dream of 1960’s cartoon writers. Regardless, a “Smart” Thermostat is a great way to rationalize your energy use and save money at the same time.
What is a “Smart” Thermostat?
You do not need to be told that cooling and heating costs are a substantial drain on your monthly budget. Indeed, it is estimated that upwards of half your total housing cost goes towards keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the hot summer months. A “Smart” Thermostat offers both more automation and more control over when energy operates relative to the weather. Remove the problems associated with human error and old technology that waste money and drain your wallet every month.
Additionally, a “Smart” Thermostat puts yo0uin control of your home regardless of where you are located on the planet. Specifically, this technology allows for a range of advantages that includes:
Keep a Constant Eye on Your Home
- Adjust the temperature from work or anywhere else
- Get Emailed Alerts regarding your Home’s Status
- Save Energy
- Technology offers a lot of advantages and beyond a typical “Toy,” a “Smart” Thermostat is designed to save you money from years to come.
Call the Experts at Control Climate Services
If you are looking for a new solution to your energy problem, give Controlled Climate Services a call today. In addition to working with “Smart” Thermostat technology, we can also help you with an array of services for your heating and air conditioning needs from installation to ongoing maintenance. With locations in both Marietta, Georgia and Lumpkin, Georgia, we have your HVAC needs cover regardless of where you reside in the Peach State.