At Moore Air we offer a variety of options for you to explore when installing a new thermostat or upgrading an existing one in your home or business.
There are several different types of thermostats available to support the operation of a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. The type of thermostat used to operate your home or business’ HVAC system can help keep your home comfortable and help you control energy usage, which results in energy cost savings. Your choice of a thermostat will depend on the type of heating and cooling system you have in your home, how you want to use your thermostat, and the features you want to have available.
The following types of thermostats are available for HVAC systems:
Learning or smart thermostats offer the benefit of being programmable but don’t require you to program them. They learn as you use them and create a schedule based on your preferences. They can turn themselves down when you’re away, guide you to energy-efficient settings and provide monthly energy reports. These thermostats connect to your home Wi-Fi network and can be monitored, set, and managed over Wi-Fi from a computer, smartphone, or tablet. Sensors can work with a smart thermostat to identify which rooms are cooler or warmer and adjust settings for you.
A programmable thermostat makes the most efficient use of your system by automatically adjusting the set temperature throughout the day. You let the thermostat know your preferred temperature at different times of the day and night, and then forget about it – the thermostat does the work.
A non-programmable thermostat with a digital read-out is the best choice for people who prefer manually-controlled settings with the convenience of an easy-to-read LCD display.
With a mechanical or manual thermostat, you control the temperature setting manually. These are best for people who are home often and prefer a fixed temperature.
At Moore Air, we can offer most major brands and a variety of different types of thermostats. Contact us today to allow Moore Air today and let usto help you explore your options and and decide which thermostat works best for your heating and air conditioning needs.