These days, smart thermostats don’t just adjust the temperature while accommodating your schedule. They can help your HVAC equipment perform more efficiently while commanding a network of home automation devices. If you’re ready to upgrade your home in Danville, Kentucky, here’s what you should know about our range of automation-ready HVAC controls.

Smart Thermostats With Integrated Automation Technology

Thermostats have changed dramatically since their early days. Homeowners today can choose from a selection of basic programmable thermostats and sophisticated controls with Wi-Fi capabilities. The home automation revolution has also created a new class of smart thermostats that use an integrated Wi-Fi bridge to manage a network of smart devices linked to the internet of things.

Home Automation Options

Home automation is a multibillion-dollar business that’s growing at a remarkable pace. The possibilities are endless, and the technology is improving every day. The Nexia-enabled Trane smart thermostats that we install at Feistritzer Heating & Air Conditioning connect with a variety of smart devices that use Z-Wave technology, including the following.

  • Smart locks and entry systems
  • Interior and exterior cameras
  • Connected lights and switches
  • Pool or irrigation equipment
  • Smart household appliances
  • Leak detection devices

Energy-Efficient HVAC Controls

According to government guidelines, smart thermostats must lower your heating and cooling bills by 8% or more to qualify for the Energy Star program. When used as recommended, these products can save you anywhere from $50 to $180 per year. If you’re ready to replace your heat pump or air conditioner and you’re considering a multistage or variable-speed system, the right thermostat will maximize the system’s efficiency and increase your energy savings.

Smart thermostats can help you take advantage of the latest home automation technology while curbing your energy bills year after year. If you’d like to learn more or if you’re ready to request a quote, contact us today, or view our selection of automation-ready HVAC controls online.

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