Smart Thermostats

Smart thermostats: What are they, how it works and should you get one

The latest generation of smart thermostats is designed to intelligently control the temperature in your home environment.

 

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What is a smart thermostat?

A smart thermostat will ‘learn’ your lifestyle habits by detecting when you are at home and when you are away. Like a smart meter, it can monitor your household’s energy usage, and it can control it by creating a personalised heating schedule to suit your needs.

 

Depending on the compatability of your boiler, many smart thermostats are also capable of controlling your hot water.

 

How does a smart thermostat work? 

A smart thermostat will monitor your personal heating habits and automatically adjust the temperature for you.

 

It will switch your heating on to your preferred temperature when you are at home.

 

Many models are capable of connecting to the internet for the latest weather reports and can follow your location by GPS, enabling them to turn the heating on automatically when you're on your way home.

 

Why should I get a smart thermostat?

 

There are numerous benefits to be gained from owning a smart thermostat such as:

 

  • Potentially save money – A smart thermostat could reduce your household’s energy bill.

  • Easy to use – Simple to set up, a smart thermostat will intelligently learn your lifestyle habits, and automatically adjust the temperature up or down for you depending on your needs.

  • More control - You can control a smart thermostat from your smartphone, tablet or computer connected to the internet, meaning you can turn your heating on from anywhere – even on the train coming home from work. You can create your own heating schedule to suit you, so your home will always be exactly the right temperature at the right time.

 

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