“With temperatures getting hotter, there are a few simple ways to keep your utility bills down without sacrificing comfort.
Our homes have been working overtime: extra meals, dish washing, the heater and air conditioning always on.
“Adjusting your thermostat settings is actually one of the simplest and most significant things you can do to keep your energy bills under control. Lower your thermostat by a few degrees when you have the heat running and raise it a few degrees when it gets warmer and you have the AC running,” said Dan Wroclawski, Consumer Reports Home Editor.
Programmable or smart thermostats make this easy.”
Read more tips on how to lower your electricity bill here.
Smart thermostats are gaining in popularity due to their ability to remotely or automatically adjust as necessary. For instance, the ComfortLink™ II Smart Control is often referred to as an energy command center. With internet connectivity, it can report live weather forecasts and alerts for controlling Trane HVAC systems. Room-by-room control gives the freedom of setting precise temperatures based on individual preferences. Of course, by automatically increasing or decreasing the set temperature, you’re assured that your electricity isn’t unnecessarily wasted.
Temperature Control Specialties offers the ComfortLink™ II and similar thermostats for integration with your Trane HVAC system. Check out our thermostat page or call us at (317) 247-7663 to learn more about these products.