Smart Thermostats

Use a programmable thermostat and set your thermostat back from 72 degrees to 64 degrees for 8 hours when you are out of the home. This can save you an additional 10 percent off your winter heating bill.
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Thermostat Theory

Programmable thermostats are simple, inexpensive devices that provide better savings than any other energy efficiency measure. Available in several shapes and sizes, they can be added to most modern hvac systems and can pay for themselves in as little as a month.
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Lennox Wi-Fi Thermostat Unveiled

Lennox Wi-Fi Thermostat Unveiled

Lennox recently announced the arrival of their icomfort Wi-Fi Thermostat, a remotely enabled thermostat that enables homeowners to control their home's temperatures from anywhere at anytime. Remote control of the home's HVAC system is nothing new, but typical remote control…

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U.S. Department Of Embarrassed

U.S. Department of Embarrassed

No doubt, the folks over at the Department of Energy have red faces right now. A recent audit found the government agency advising Americans on conserving energy, has wasted $11.5 million by not using programmable thermostats in their buildings."They've actually…

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Programmable Thermostats

Programmable Thermostats

With energy costs skyrocketing, homeowners are looking for ways to save money. One of the easiest ways is to use a programmable thermostat. It's estimated that doing so can shave about 10 percent off your annual heating and cooling bill.…

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Spring Thermostat Checkup

Spring Thermostat Checkup

Before you turn on your central air conditioner this year, spend a few minutes on a thermostat checkup. Maintaining a well-run unit will help keep your electricity bills down when it starts heating up. DIY Life has some great tips…

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