About Digital Thermostats

About Digital Thermostats

Digital Thermostats | Air Conditioning Service

As temperatures rise and the air conditioning begins its summer job of keeping the home comfortable, you may be looking for ways to stay cooler and save electricity. One very effective means of helping to keep the electric bill down while maintaining a consistent temperature is to install a digital thermostat. If you haven’t already scheduled your routine pre-summer air conditioning service now would be a great time to take care of both.

A thermostat works in conjunction with the heating and cooling system to regulate the homes temperature. They will wear out over time, and have to be replaced. If the HVAC system in your home seems to always be running too much or too little, your thermostat may need replacement. Our certified comfort specialists will be happy to provide the air conditioning service of installing the new thermostat you need.

A digital thermostat will provide a consistent temperature and if programmable can enable you to regulate the temperature even when you can’t be there. A programmable digital thermostat will quickly pay for itself while keeping your home comfortable and continue to save you money. Cypress Heating and Air Conditioning professionals are happy to provide this installation or any other air conditioning service that you require.

Thermostat Types

There are 5 types of thermostats to select from. You will need to ensure that you select a thermostat that will work with your heating and air conditioning system. Cypress Heating and Air Conditioning’s certified experts will be happy to provide an assessment of your system to determine which thermostat(s) are compatible. Give us a call and we’ll be happy to provide this air conditioning service, and get you on your way to greater comfort and saving money.

Digital Non-Programmable Thermostat

A digital non-programmable thermostat requires the user to manually adjust settings as desired.

Some digital thermostats automatically change from heating to cooling or vice versa during the spring and fall when temperature swings of cool nights and hot days occur. This is a convenience you will greatly appreciate!

Learning Thermostats

Learning thermostats remember a user’s habits and program themselves, creating a schedule based on your prior preferences. These thermostats turn themselves down when you’re away, guide you to energy-efficient settings and provides you with monthly reports telling you how much energy you have used and what affects it the most. When humidity is low it feels cooler, and these thermostats are capable of reducing ac run time in response to lower humidity. Learning thermostats connect to your home’s Wi-Fi network and can be monitored, set and managed remotely over Wi-Fi from a computer, smartphone or tablet. They work with most HVAC systems, including humidification, dehumidification and dual-fuel. Best of all, they can save you 20-30 % on energy usage.

Manual Thermostat

A non-programmable thermostat requires the user to manually adjust the temperature. Manual thermostats are not as accurate as digital ones, and can’t be programed. Programmable Thermostat

A programmable digital thermostat provides the most efficient use of your system by automatically adjusting the temperature through¬out the day to the specification your program in. The thermostat automatically maintains a comfortable temperature, adjusting it when you’re away or asleep to save energy, and adjusting it for a comfortable home temperature when you, or other family members come home.

Touch screen thermostats are easier to program and allow you to program up to a seven day schedule. As previously noted, models that automatically switch between heating and cooling as needed are an even bigger advantage.

A programmable thermostat is a good way to conserve energy and save money. Give our comfort specialists a call for air conditioning service to install a new energy saving thermostat before the hot days of summer arrive.

Most experts agree that 68 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer is the ideal energy saving temperature for the seasons. In the winter at night and when everyone is away from the home, 65 degrees saves even more money.

Remote Energy Management

A remote energy management thermostat enables you to monitor, set, and program your heating and air conditioning system from a computer, smartphone or tablet. It will send text messages or email alerts when adjustments are performed, when the filter needs changing or when maintenance is due. The thermostat connects through a hub to your home network, providing access through Wi-Fi from anywhere. This thermostat will reduce energy consumption by up to 15 %. If you’d like to get a jump on reducing summer electrical costs give our experienced technicians a call for air conditioning service, and have them install a money saving thermostat for your system.

Installing a digital thermostat is fairly easy if you follow the directions. If you prefer the expertise of an HVAC specialist to provide installation, the experienced technicians at Cypress Heating and Air Conditioning will provide a professional installation for you. If your system is due for a spring tune-up, we can install a new thermostat that provides a greater energy efficiency at the time of your spring air conditioning service.

At Cypress Heating and Air Conditioning your comfort, safety and satisfaction is our primary goal. Our certified heating and cooling specialists are always ready to provide prompt and professional heating or air conditioning service. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your emergencies.