Types of Thermostats
There are two main kinds of thermostats: line-voltage thermostat and a low-voltage thermostat. The line-voltage thermostat is used commonly for direct wire electric furnaces. The low-voltage thermostat is more commonly used for HVAC systems. Low-voltage thermostats are more easily able to have a high-level control of the temperature of a home and control of the electric current with the low voltage it has to offer.
The different types of thermostats include digital, programmable, and traditional thermostats. Efficient Air Heating & Cooling is available to install a thermostat fit for your home today. We have licensed technicians on our team who have been trained with the knowledge to answer questions you may have about heating and cooling.
Save Energy and Money
There are many benefits to installing a thermostat. Investing in an efficient thermostat allows you to save money by adjusting the thermostat to a specific temperature. Thermostats also increase a home’s energy efficiency and lead to positive environmental impacts. A thermostat creates uniform temperatures in which you decide the best consistent temperature for the home.
Our expert team has the knowledge and experience to put your mind at ease when installing a thermostat. Some frequent mistakes of thermostat placements include putting the thermostat too near an air vent or the thermostat is placed in direct sunlight. Some safer, convenient places for a thermostat are close to the center of the home in a hallway away from the sun and vents.
Ready for a thermostat that saves you money and increases energy efficiency? Our heating and cooling specialists at Efficient Air can assist you in providing an efficient thermostat into your home. From extremely advanced digital touch displays to basic programmable thermostats, our professionals can help homeowners feel comfortable in their home. Call Efficient Air Heating and Cooling today for award-winning service, straightforward prices, and 100% workmanship guaranteed work.