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Step Four: Install A Programmable Thermostat

 

When preparing your home for cooler weather, sometimes purchasing something that will benefit your home as well as your wallet can be extremely beneficial. As we gear up for our jacket-wearing weather, we also begin to turn our heat up. Many homeowners notice that their HVAC use fluctuates during season changes. Going from warm summer evenings to chilly nights can be a difficult adjustment, not only for your family, but for your utility bill as well.

5 Step Series to Prepare Your Home for Fall Weather!

So how can you prepare for the drastic change? Install a Programmable Thermostat! Here at F.H. Furr, we can’t stress this enough. These devices help keep you comfortable while conserving energy and saving you money, what’s not to love? Programmable Thermostats allow you to customize the air flow in your home so that nothing goes to waste. Discover what type of thermostat your home will function best with, and ensure that your home remains at the adequate temperature for the upcoming season!

 

How To Choose The Right Programmable Thermostat for Your Home!

It’s important to know what kind of thermostat you may need in your home and which one will fit your family’s schedule. Several popular model options include:

7-Day: Program a unique setting for each day of the week, offering the ultimate amount of flexibility.

 

5-1-1 Day: Set one program for the weekdays and separate programs for Saturday and Sunday.

 

5-2 Day: This option allows separate settings for the weekdays and weekends.

 

1 Week: This type of thermostat allows you to set one program for the entire week.

 

Based off of your home schedule, you can decide which thermostat would be right for your home and family’s lifestyle! Programmable thermostats are also simple to use and come with easy to follow instructions. Since up to 43% of the average home’s electricity bill is taken up by heating and cooling, it’s wise to limit the use of your home’s air flow only to when it’s most necessary. By doing this, you can save money each and every month!

So step four on our list of ways to prepare your house for that brisk fall weather is to invest in a programmable thermostat! As always, our trained technicians can come out to your home and give you options on the best ways you can be saving money while staying comfortable this season!

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