If you have just completed a home energy audit, you're probably wondering "what next?" The first step is to make a list of the efficiency improvements needed, and then categorize them by levels of importance and/or budget.
Homeowners who are looking for ways to save energy and money – which describes nearly anyone who owns a home – look no further. With the use of smart thermostats, it's possible to get your energy usage under control once and for all. If these devices are used wisely, you can say goodbye to huge heating and cooling bills.
Every generation thinks of itself as smarter and more capable than the previous generation. While that may not be accurate when it comes to people, it certainly is the case with programmable thermostats. The new generation is much smarter than its predecessors with an array of features that make it easier than ever for you to save money.
Thermostats have always been a smart choice. They're money and energy savers – even the old manual units, if used correctly to set back temps when your family leaves the house or goes to sleep. Digital programmable units are more sophisticated, allowing Ft. Wayne-area homeowners to program a schedule and temperature for different parts of day and days of the week. Adjustments are then automatic.