It seems like every appliance inside your home is going through modification, and turning more efficient through the use of smart technology. How does it impact your HVAC? A learning thermostat can help you be comfortable and efficient all at the same time.
Does a learning thermostat really learn?
You’ve probably noticed how your smart devices seem to “learn” your behavior. They might suggest a song to play. Or tell you how bad the traffic is and suggest alternative ways home.
That’s what smart technology does for a thermostat. It records the data as it gathers it from day to day. It finds ways to make your home more efficient by taking in the unique design and features already in place inside your house.
And in the end, you’ll have a customized heating and cooling schedule that works to keep you comfortable, as well as make your home as efficient as it can be.
Multiple products – more efficiency
It’s important to realize that we’re only in the beginning stages of efficiency. The more advanced home design gets, the more efficient your home will be. Imagine a thermostat that works in conjunction with a security system, and has access to smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors too. It can learn from your patterns and ultimately determine how you operate throughout the day.
Having a home that is heated and cooled based on your patterns allows you to determine how well your home is controlled. You can see the difference by paying attention to your monthly energy bills.
If that sounds like a headache, then you’ll enjoy the convenience of a learning thermostat.
People often “forget” to adjust their thermostats because there are other things to pay attention to. With learning technology, the changes are made based on your behavior.
You don’t have to program an exhaustive, comprehensive schedule to ensure you’re reaching maximum efficiency. Instead, a learning thermostat learns from your habits and preferences over time. It adjusts based on past behavior, and learns as you make subtle adjustments over time.
Learnable thermostats offer you two things:
Is it worth adding smart technology to your home? Should you install a learning thermostat into your home? Give us a call. We can help you determine if it’s the right choice to suit your needs.