Our San Marcos, Texas, area has a varied climate. Summer highs soar past 90 degrees, and winter lows can dip below 40. Make sure you’re equipped to keep up with anything nature may throw your way with a smart thermostat in your home. Upgrading your thermostat can give you enhanced controls, Wi-Fi system access, and energy-efficient adjustments for lower utility bills and a more comfortable home.
Temperatures to Suit Your Routine
The latest thermostats on the market don’t just meet your settings; they learn from them. The Nest Learning Thermostat will track your adjustments carefully and respond intelligently.
After about a week of tracking your input, this product will accurately anticipate your needs. The Nest thermostat will make the appropriate adjustments for weather throughout the year. It’ll switch deftly between heating and cooling to help you maintain your preferred comfort levels with minimal user interaction. As a result, you’ll be able to spend more time on the things you love.
Traditional thermostats let you control your temperatures, but that’s about it. Upgrade to a smart thermostat for more comprehensive control of your home comfort.
The Evolution Connect thermostat lets you adjust your humidifier, ventilator, and air purifier alongside your heating and cooling system. It offers four levels of fan speed control, so you can make small adjustments for energy efficiency. Pop-up reminders will even help you keep up with maintenance tasks like filter changes and tune-ups. As a result, your system will conserve more energy, breakdown less often and last longer.
Most smart thermostats are now Wi-Fi compatible. This means you can control them from anywhere, whether you’re in the house or not. Turn up the heat while you’re still snuggled in bed, or set the temperature back for less energy use when you’re running late at the office. The Housewise Wi-Fi thermostat and Bryant Wi-Fi thermostat are just a few examples of the options we carry.
If you’re ready to explore your options for a new smart thermostat for your cooling and heating systems, contact Woods Comfort Systems at 512-842-5066. We’ll help you find the ideal fit for your comfort needs.
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