Why you should consider having a digital setback thermostat
Heating and cooling is a very large expense in most households, especially during peak seasons. When the summer has arrived and it is very hot outside, people often suffer when their electricity bills come. The same situation occurs in the depth of winter. The cold weather outside really adversely affects our heating bills. In heating and cooling systems, there are digital setback thermostats available that will help to regulate the temperature in the house and regulate energy bills too.
In peak seasons, the outside temperature differs greatly from what is comfortable in a home. This can cause the HVAC system to run often to accommodate the variance, which in turn causes bills to rise. This can be avoided with a digital setback thermostat. The thermostat can be set by the home owner to meet their needs. The thermostat is easy to use and will save lots of money in the long run.
For instance, many people are not home during the day. This is often when temperatures outside reach their high or low. The home owner can set the thermostat to be inactive for most of the day, which will save money because the system does not have to work hard to regulate temperature. Then, when it is close to time for the family to return home, the thermostat can begin to run to cool or heat the home to a certain temperature previously set by the owner. The thermostat could potentially run ten times less that on a regular thermostat. This can help conversely in the winter months.
Digital setback thermostats usually run on cycles of two, four, six or eight hours. These settings can be programmed for day or night, weekday or weekend or many other functions. These thermostats help make your home more energy efficient, which makes the home’s energy more affordable as well.
Interested in a digital setback thermostat in the Burnaby area? Contact Lambert Plumbing & Heating, Ltd at 604-734-0890 for immediate service today.