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Are Smart Home Thermostats Worth the Cost?

Are Smart Home Thermostats Worth the Cost?

“Am I ready to make the jump to a smart thermostat?”

That same question is sweeping the nation right now, and there are plenty of reasons why. 

Maybe your ancient thermostat—the same one dad used for decades—finally went out. Maybe you recently visited an old friend who had the latest and greatest thermostat—we don’t blame you for rushing home and looking into this hot button topic.

 

Or maybe, just maybe, you’re looking for the next evolution in home efficiency and convenience. 

Whatever your reason, we can tell you right now that yes, upgrading your thermostat to a smart thermostat is worth it. Why?

 

Save money. Save time. We may not have flying cars, but you can grab a slice of that awesome future we were all promised! 

 

Three Reasons to Upgrade to a Smart Thermostat

    1. Save money.
      These small machines are beacons of optimization, and you can trust a smart thermostat to help you find the most effective way to keep your home at the temperature you want, with programmable settings and wifi accessibility for ultimate control.
    2. Save time.
      No more messing about with the settings during the day or at night, no more checking to see if the kids left it running, no more stressful vacations wondering if your cold house is burning a hole in your budget.
  • Keep Your Home Value Up

Is it a small thing? Yes, in the grand scheme of things. But an obsolete thermostat can cause serious issues for your entire HVAC system, from overworking it to not sending the correct signals.

 

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How Armstrong Can Help

For the record, we specialize in all kinds of thermostat installation—not just smart thermostats:

  • Non-Programmable
  • Programmable
  • Touch Screen
  • WiFi-Enabled
  • Ideal Humidity System
  • Monitors Air Quality Products
  • Day-at-a-glance 7 day Programming and Energy Star Qualified
  • True Sense Dirty Filter Detection
  • Remote Access Available
  • Up to 8 Zone Control

If you’re having questions about your thermostat (or what kind of thermostat is right for your home) give Armstrong Air and Heating AC contractors a call at 407-759-7380 today!