Still using that old thermostat? Consider the advantages of new smart stat models that fine-tune indoor comfort to fit your schedule and the changing Lebanon – Wilson County, Tennessee weather.
The latest programmable thermostats are easier to operate than ever before, with many energy-saving features to enhance the performance of your air conditioning and heating system. At Bentley’s Air Conditioning, we’ve found that nothing makes a more powerful pairing than Trane and Nexia™ WIFI-enabled thermostats with remote capability. Nexia’s innovative controls put you at the center of a world that revolves around you, remotely managing heating, cooling and energy usage from any web-enabled device, like your smartphone. You can adjust your home comfort from your couch, bed, car – or even while away on vacation.
Accurate and reliable temperature control is at the fingertips of all Lebanon – Wilson County, Tennessee residents with these home comfort devices. Follow the simple programming instructions and enter your family’s weekly schedule including the times they get up, leave the house, return home, go to sleep and the desired temperature at each of those intervals. Recognizing that your weekend routine is different, most of Trane’s programmable thermostats will allow you to make the necessary adjustments.
With a focus on maximum flexibility, the programming can be temporarily changed to accommodate a sudden shift in schedule and the temperature can be raised or lowered even when you’re not at home, allowing you to maintain your standard of comfort and save energy. What are the potential energy savings? Approximately 3 percent on heating costs for every degree lowered in the winter and 4 percent for every degree raised in the summer*.
Take living well to the next level and set your sights on higher home comfort and savings with Trane and Nexia™. Contact the Lebanon, Tennessee smart stat experts at Bentley’s Air Conditioning to learn more.
*Potential energy savings may vary depending on your personal lifestyle, system settings, equipment maintenance, local climate, actual construction, and installation of equipment and duct systems.