For most people, home climate control means simply turning up the thermostat – or wrestling with the programming function to set daytime and nighttime temps.
Thankfully, home climate control has come a long way! Working in tandem, your home climate control system can provide:
An advanced thermostat to monitor and regulate heating or cooling, on the schedule you choose. Today’s advanced thermostats save you money by controlling your home’s temperature automatically throughout the day. For overall climate control, these “smart” thermostats can be integrated with automated shading and lighting for overall climate control – as well as a variety of HVAC systems including radiant (in-floor) heat, forced air, geothermal heating systems, and air conditioning.
Automatic lighting control to save energy, save money, and welcome you home safely.
Automatic shading solutions – window shades and blinds – that block harmful sunrays, keep out heat in the summer, and allow warm sun in the winter to improve energy efficiency and “daylight harvesting.”
Check and adjust home climate controls from your smart device
Whether you’re relaxing in your living room or relaxing at the beach, you can adjust your automated home climate control system using your smartphone or other smart device.
TODAY’S THERMOSTATS REALLY ARE “SMART”!
You can program them to activate other appliances in your home based on humidity, temperature, or mode changes. The goal is to heat or cool your house more efficiently, save energy, and receive alerts if safe levels are exceeded. For example:
- When the air conditioner kicks in, your ceiling fans are turned off.
- If the temperature or humidity drops above or below the safe level, you receive a text message.
- If the humidity level reaches a high point, the dehumidifier is turned on.